19735 Recycling

Find 19735 recycling centers. Recycling centers provide services to both individuals and business, including services such as appliance, aluminum, bottle, copper, electronic, and scrap metal recycling.


Philadelphia Recycling Center West Ford Road Philadelphia PA 19131 24.7 miles from 19735 215-685-0108


Philadelphia Recycling Center 3850 West Ford Road Philadelphia PA 19131 24.9 miles from 19735 215-685-0108

Gloucester Township Recycling Center 71 Landing Road Blackwood NJ 08012 27.8 miles from 19735 856-227-5665

Douglass Township Recycling Center 108 Municipal Drive Gilbertsville PA 19525 35.5 miles from 19735 610-367-2381

Burlington Recycling 437 High Street Burlington NJ 08016 43.6 miles from 19735 609-386-6220

Bristol Recycling 2501 Bath Road Bristol PA 19007 44.7 miles from 19735 215-785-0501

Berks County Recycling Center 1316 Hilltop Road Leesport PA 19533 46.0 miles from 19735 610-478-6362

Burlington County Recycling 1200 Florence Columbus Road Bordentown NJ 08505 48.4 miles from 19735 609-499-1001

Douglass Township Recycling 19 Municipal Road Pipersville PA 18947 52.3 miles from 19735 610-367-2381

Allentown Recycling 1400 Martin Luther King Junior Drive Allentown PA 18102 54.8 miles from 19735 610-437-8729

What happens to the Recyclable materials after they have been collected?

For most Recyclables, the materials are sorted, cleaned, and broken down into raw materials that can be used to manufacture new goods. These raw materials are sold to manufacturers based on market conditions, and after processing, they are ultimately sold to consumers as new goods.

How can households dispose of hazardous materials?

Many communities offer household hazardous waste disposal events, often on a regional basis, where residents may drop off items such as paint, cleaners, pesticides, and other products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive ingredients. In some instances, the businesses that sell these products may accept them for Recycling.

What is e-waste?

E-waste refers to discarded electronic or electrical devices. Formal Recycling programs for e-waste are becoming increasingly common, partly because many components of these devices are re-usable, but also because certain harmful components in e-waste require special handling.