Recyclable paper and commingled materials will be picked
up once a week on your regular trash day. All recyclable materials
must be stored/placed in the toter(s) provided by the Borough.
Pennsylvania Landfill Ban on Covered Electronic Devices
Now in Effect as of January 24, 2013
All TV’s and Computer devices can not be placed in the regular
trash stream collection they must be recycled. The TV’s can
be recycled at any store or dealership that sells them free of charge.
As for the computer devices they can be recycled at
Staples free of charge.
Borough of Phoenixville
Single Stream Recycling means that you don’t have to separate your recyclables.
Instead place all of your recyclable materials, such as paper, cans, and bottles,
in the same toter.
Single stream recycling has been shown to increase household recycling by 25%.
This saves time by not having to separate recyclables.
What CAN be Recycled?
Paper Egg Cartons
Empty Glass Containers
Plastic Containers Labeled # 1- # 7
Empty Aerosol Containers
What CAN NOT be Recycled?
Plastic Shopping Bags
Toys or Sporting Goods
Ice Cream Cartons
NEW - Vinyl Siding Recycling
Residents and small jobbers, who are replacing vinyl siding and would
normally dispose of it at the Chester County Solid Waste Authority
Lanchester Landfill, can now save money and recycle that vinyl siding
at the same time. Residents may unload their vinyl siding, at the small
load facility drop-off for a small fee. No wood or trash will be
accepted. For more information call 610-273-3771.