Our contract with Penn Waste was set to expire at the end of 2020. Red Lion Borough put the trash service out for competitive bid and by law, must take the low bid. Penn Waste was the lowest bidder for trash service. Increases for tipping fees, labor and recycling disposal all add to the cost of business and is out of the control of the trash hauler.
Rates are as follows (some fees not included):
The recycling bin is the property of Red Lion Borough and MUST stay at the property if you move!
Place recyclables at your normal collection site no later than 6AM on your scheduled collection day.
For information and complaints about your service, call Penn Waste at 717-767-4456 or visit their website.
Reject purchasing items in excessive packaging; buy those not in a package or in the smallest package possible.
Reduce the number of items purchased; only buy those that are needed and will be used.
Reuse items that can be repaired.
Recycle - it is good for you and the community, and it is the law.
In need a new recycling bin? Please stop at the Borough Office on the 2nd floor to recieve one!
For a new trash can, please contact Penn Waste at 717-767-4456.
Rates are as follows (some fees not included):
“Pay Per Bag” service – $208.00/year ($8.00/bag)
“Pay Per Bag” service – $218/year ($8.40/bag)
“Pay Per Bag” service – $228.80/year ($8.80/bag)
“Full-Service” (weekly) service – $334.20/year
“Pay Per Bag” service – $240.00/year ($9.25/bag)
“Full-Service” (weekly) service – $347.40/year
“Pay Per Bag” service – $252.20/year ($9.70/bag)
Recycling is Mandatory in Red Lion Borough!
My old and unwanted electronic itemsA close option is Silverback Recycling located right here in Red Lion at 800 W Maple St. Call them for more info at 717-455-9777 or you can visit their recycling site https://silverback-recycling.business.site/.
Another option is The York County Solid Waste Authority (717) 845-1066 www.ycswa.com
In Pennsylvania certain electronics are restricted by law from being disposed of in the trash due to the toxic metals they contain. The Covered Device Recycling Act (CDRA), Act 108 of 2010, requires the following “covered devices” to be recycled in Pennsylvania:
-Computer Peripherals (keyboard, mouse, printer, etc.)
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon at the York County Resource Recovery Center (YCRRC) located at 2651 Blackbridge Road in York. There is no tipping fee for loads consisting solely of electronics. If delivering other wastes in addition to electronics during the same visit, the entire load will be subject to the YCRRC tipping fee.
Large items such as a sofa, chair, mattress, etc.
You may dispose of one bulk item per week through curbside collection.
For large items to be acceptable, they must be able to be lifted into a truck by two people. Loose piles are not able to be accepted.
Appliances such as Refrigerators and Washing Machines
Carpet (48 max. length, rolled and tied)
Mattresses & Box Springs
Car Tires (TIRES ONLY. Must be removed from rims)
Tree Branches & Brush (48 max. length, bundled and tied)
Scrap Metal (48 max. length)
Paints, Stain, Chemicals and Liquids
Household Hazardous Waste
Tires on Rims|
Commercial and Industrial Waste
Construction Materials or Debris, including:
If you have questions about large item pickup in your area, contact the Penn Waste Customer Service team or call (717) 767-4456 to speak with a Penn Waste representative.
Important information for ALL COMMERCIAL establishments in Red Lion Borough:
Regardless of whether you use the Borough's contracted hauler or contract with another hauler, you MUST recycle in accordance with Red Lion Borough Recycling Ordinance #2012-6-03 AND Pennsylvania's Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act 101.
Commercial, municipal and institutional establishments within a mandated municipality such as Red Lion Borough are required to recycle aluminum, high-grade office paper, corrugated paper, leaf and yard waste, in addition to the other materials that Red Lion Borough requires.
Please read and become familiar with Red Lion Borough's Recycling Guidelines.
Please take a few minutes and visit the Commercial Resources page of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's website which contain a very extensive section on commercial recycling.
Some of the topics included on this portion of their website are:
- Developing a Recycling Program at Work
- Commercial Audit/Recycling Implementation Guide
- Recycling in Offices
- Recycling in Retail Operations
- Recycling in Health Care Institutions
- Recycling in Manufacturing and Warehouse Operations
- Recycling in Restaurants and Taverns
- Recycling in Schools
Remember... Recycling is mandatory for EVERYONE in Red Lion Borough!