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Next Trash Holiday: Labor Day on Monday, September 5th, 2016
All trash pickup will go to the next day:
Monday customers will be picked up on Tuesday;
Tuesday customers will be picked up on Wednesday;
Wednesday customers will be picked up on Thursday;
Thursday customers will be picked up on Friday;
and Friday customers will be picked up on Saturday.
To sign up for email alerts regarding holiday schedules, weather alerts and other important information, send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Alerts" and your name, address and account number in the body of the email.
Recycling Covered Devices: It's the Law
Pennsylvania has passed the Covered Devices Recycling Act, a new law effective January 24, 2013. The law prohibits residents from putting any covered device in the trash.
A covered device includes:
- Desktop computers, laptops and computer accessories
As a trash hauler, it is illegal for Econ to take any covered device a customer has put out. Only companies with a specific electronic recycling license can accept any covered device.
- E-readers (Kindle, iPad, or any handheld tablet)
You can drop off your covered devices at:
- The store you purchased the device or any major electronic supplier, such as Best Buy.
Want to drop off a payment in person? Our office headquarters are at 140 Nottingham Road, Nottingham, Pa. 19362. Feel free to stop by to pay your bill or just to say hi!
Our mailing address is P.O. Box 124, Kirkwood, Pa. 17536.
Winner of the 2012 Octoraro Riverkeeper Award,presented by the Octoraro Watershed Association, for Econ’s contributions, dedication and support of the OWA and Econ’s work to conserve, preserve and protect the beauty of the Octoraro Watershed.
Winner of the 2011 Keep Lancaster County Beautiful Volunteer of the Year award, announced at the Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful conference held on Nov. 2 in Latrobe, Pa. For the full article, click here.