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Cambria County, Pennsylvania

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Recycling

Jackson Township's Recycling Program is voluntary and convenient. Recyclable items can be dropped off at bins located at:

  • Municipal Building Parking Lot, Mundy's Corner
  • Laurel Highlands Landfill at Wagner Road
  • Pike Road between C & R Motors & the old Napa Auto Parts Building

Recyclable Items Include:

  • Aluminum and Tin Cans
  • Clear Glass (Bottles, Jugs & Jars)
  • Brown Glass - Municipal Building & Laurel Highlands Landfill
  • Corrugated Cardboard - Pike Road Only
  • Plastics - Pike Road Only (Plastic Bottles, Jugs & Jars Numbered 1 and 2)
  • Newspapers - Pike Road Only
  • Magazines - Pike Road Only  
  • Tires - Laurel Highlands Landfill Only (Charge of $2.00 per regular tire off the rim, up to 4 per customer)

Don't Recycle:

Light Bulbs Drinking Glasses Dishes Colored Glass
Ceramics Medical Waste Lids Plastic Tubs
Toys Plastics No's. 3,4,5,6,or 7 Window Glass Pyrex
Candles Glassware Clothes Hangers Flowerpots
Diapers Plastic Bags Deli Containers  

Appliance & Tire Collection Schedule
(Watch for upcoming schedule)

Electronics Recycling
(Watch for upcoming schedule

Packing Peanuts
Packing peanuts are accepted for recycling at the following locations:

  • Mailboxes Etc. - 1513 Scalp Avenue, Johnstown (In Ollies Plaza)
  • United Parcel Service - 150 Donald Lane (Johnstown Industrial Park)

Cambria County Solid Waste Authority Fee Schedule
Fee Schedule - Updated December, 2015 NEW

Recycling Tips

Corrugated Cardboard - Flatten boxes and remove any staples or metal fasteners.

Glass - Remove lids.  Rinse out and put in bins.

Magazines - Dry and clean.  Don't bag, wrap or bind.  Also accepted are glossy inserts and catalogs.

Metal Cans - Food and beverage, aluminum and mixed metal cans.  Rinse out to remove residue and food.  Crush to pack tightly.  Place in bins loose.

Newspapers - Dry and clean.  Don't bag, wrap or bind.  Place in the bins loose.

Plastics - Only # 1 & 2 bottles, jugs and jars accepted.  Remove lids and discard.  Rinse and crush to pack tightly. 

For questions as to what can be recycled in Jackson Township you can call the Township Office at 749-0725 or the Cambria County Solid Waste Authority at 1-877-2-DROP-IT-OFF or visit their website at www.cambriarecycles.org



Views Cambria County Recycling Growth

Pandya Recycling Video - Cambria County

Girl Scout Troop 40937 Newspaper Recycling Drive - 2009

Drop Off Hours:
7 Days Per Week, 24 Hours A Day


Cambria County Solid Waste Authority
Recycling Center, Mundys Corner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jackson Township Recycling Center, Mundys Corner

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