Ready to do some Spring Cleaning? Both Narberth and Lower Merion have special opportunities for disposing of your extra stuff! Keep reading for details on both.
Before you throw it away, always try to re-use and recycle whenever possible. See details below on the NCA's Pop-Up Recycling, April 18-24. More ideas here.
Lower Merion Clean Up Weekends
Free Disposal Of Refuse And Recyclables at:
Lower Merion Public Works Complex
1300 N Woodbine Avenue, Penn Valley
610-667-1952 or 610-667-1953
Saturday, April 10th & Sunday, April 11th from 9am – 4pm
Saturday, April 24th & Sunday, April 25th from 9am – 4pm
Saturday, October 9th & Sunday, October 10th from 9am – 4pm
Note: Until Further Notice: Masks and Social Distancing will be required to enter the Transfer Station. Staff will not be available to unload items in order to adhere to distancing requirements and for the safety of our residents and staff.
Dispose of your unwanted refuse and recyclables — household appliances, textiles, plastic, glass, newsprint, and plain old trash — without charge!
Proof of residency is required (such as a driver's license).
Recyclable material must be separated from other household trash.
No hazardous waste. You can drop off hazardous waste, like fuel, pesticides, and oil-based paint on specific collection days throughout the year at different Montco locations.
Hazardous Waste disposal details here.
Also at the Transfer Station: Take advantage of the Township's recycling drop-off center. Recycle mixed paper, textiles and commingled items.
Several non-profit organizations will have representatives on hand to collect, bicycles, furniture, clothing and more:
- Harmonious Volunteer Center (furniture, toys, clothing)
- Neighborhood Bike Works (bicycles)
Official LM Cleanup Weekend website here.
Narberth's 2021 Spring Cleanup Week - June 7-11
Also known as "Junk Week", this is the week the Borough schedules extra trash pickups, so residents can put out any large items, extra trash, or clutter. See the map for the collection schedule, and review the list of restrictions below.
Items that are NOT collected include:
- building materials
- hazardous waste, like paint and pesticides (learn more)
- electronics (learn more)
- lawn & garden waste (collected on Wednesdays)
Regular trash routes will remain the same during this week.
Questions can be emailed to email@example.com.
Unofficial Instruction manual for Narberth’s Junk Week:
Reduce, Re-use, Recycle!
The Narberth Civic Association celebrates Earth Week 2021, April 18-24, with earth-friendly activities like Pop-up recycling. See more at the Civic's website.
Used Books? Local Girl Scout Troop 7886 is collecting books for students in a Philadelphia school.
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