Recycling & Waste

Trash Service


In Willistown Township our residents hire their own trash providers. Any questions regarding trash and recycling pick-up should be directed to the appropriate trash hauler.

 
Recycling Service


Curbside trash events will be at the discretion of the private trash providers. The Township does host annual drop off events and they will post information regarding these specific events as the information becomes available.

List of Recyclable Items - Willistown Township is served by several private haulers. Please call or check your hauler's website for current recyclable items. All haulers may not recycle the items pictured below.
Paper vs. Plastic

Recycle

Retrievr


The Willistown has partnered with Retrievr(formerly Curb My Clutter) for residents to recycle materials. For a small convenience fee, residents will be able to recycle used clothing, electronic devices and more with a simple text message for porch pickup. For more information on this service, please click here.  

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Township and County Recycling Events


Chester County Solid Waste Authority - This organization schedules Household Hazardous Waste drop-off events throughout the year. These events take place all over Chester County to make it convenient for all county-wide residents.
See the Solid Waste Authority list of acceptable materials.

New for 2021 - Chester County Solid Waste Authority is now accepting books in good, readable condition.

Willistown Township - The Township Environmental Sustainability Commission organizes several events throughout the year, including wood chipping, document shredding and e-waste recycling on their campus at 688 Sugartown Road. These events are free to Willistown residents. Events are posted on the Township calendar, e-newsletter and social media.


Ongoing Recycling Programs
- The Township also has ongoing recycling programs such as the Drug Drop-Off Box, CD/DVD/Audio Tape Recycling Bin, and Smoke Detector Collection.


Willistown Township Environmental Sustainability Commission