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As most of you are aware, Heidelberg Township has removed the recycling bins, and no longer accepts most recyclables. Information on where to take your recycling is below. Heidelberg Township has a solid waste ordinance that makes recycling mandatory for residents.

Do you have garbage pick-up? Contact your garbage hauler for information on their recycling pick-up schedule.  The ordinance makes it mandatory for garbage haulers working in the township to also pick up recycling a minimum of every two weeks.  Most garbage haulers require that you provide your own recycling bin.  This can be a container you already own that is clearly marked for Recycling, or Home Depot (and possibly other retailers) sells 32 gallon recycling containers with lids for about $22.00.

Heidelberg Township Office is a collection site for Rechargeable batteries and cell phones! Batteries and cell phones will be accepted during regular business hours and before and after meetings. Each battery must be sealed in its own bag (also available at the Township office) before dropping it in the collection box.  Please contact the Township office with any questions.

The Whitehall Township Recycling Drop off Center at the corner of Eberhart Rd. and Range Rd. is open to all Lehigh County residents.  The Drop-Off Center, is located at the corner of Eberhart and Range Roads, and they will take comingled recyclables, as well as: scrap metal, clothes and textiles, telephone books, etc.  For more information go to The Center is for residential use only and is NOT to be used by businesses!  Operating Hours: Tuesday and Thursday – 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Saturdays – 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The Recycling Drop-Off Center is closed on holidays and during periods of inclement weather.

Antiques:  or old architectural items, claw foot tubs, radiators, moldings and trim, doors, hardware, light fixtures:  Allentown Preservation League, 1518 W. Walnut St., Allentown:  610-437-1989

Bicycles:  Community Bike Works:  235 N. Madison, Allentown:  610-434-1140; or see




including locally:

7720 Main St
Fogelsville, PA 18051

What will be accepted:

Computers, Monitors, Peripheral Devices (keyboards, mice, printers, scanners, copier, networking equipment, video Players (VCR/DVD/Blu-ray players), gaming systems, audio devices (steros, radios, MP3 players), telephones, mobile devices, cameras, televisions, cable or set-top boxes, toasters, vacuum cleaners, cables, electronic wiring, answering machines.

NOT ACCEPTED: loose batteries, bulbs, smoke detectors, hazardous household waste, refrigerators, ranges, water heaters, freezers, unit air conditioners, washing machines, clothes dryers and other similar domestic and commercial large appliances


A.E.R.C. Recycling Solutions., 2591 Mitchell Ave., Allentown:  610-797-7608; or see their drop-off Friday program information or

Responsible Recycling Center: Electronics, tires, tv’s, appliances, etc. some items have fees associated with them. for more information go to 805 Tomahawk Drive, Kutztown, PA 19530; 484-641-5156

GER Solutions at 795 Roble Road, Allentown, PA 18109: 610-443-1776 also accepts electronic recyclables, for pricing and more information go to

 Lawn Equipment, Propane Tanks:  Plaza Hardware, Route 309, New Tripoli:  610-767-6500

 Oil, transmission fluid, vehicle batteries, used cooking oil:  309 Auto, New Tripoli:  610-298-8855

Antifreeze, Oil filters, Motor oil: Advanced Auto Parts, Walnutport 484-262-3074

Slate, bricks, blocks, rock, concrete:  Crushcrete:  610-865-1898

Styrofoam (clean, dry, no peanuts or meat trays) and Paper Shredding (free, call for details):  Liberty Recycling, 526 N 3rd St., Allentown:  610-433-0129

Allentown Recycling Center:  1400 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Allentown  (610-437-8729,   www.allentownrecycles.orgwill recycle clean glass bottles and jars, aluminum cans, tin and bimetal cans, cardboard, office paper and magazines, newspapers, paperboard, telephone books, good used clothing, hardback and paperback books, #1 and #2 plastics, scrap metals.  Open 24 hours a day.

Bethlehem Recycling Center:  Illick’s Mill Rd. between Schoenersville Rd. and Center St., Bethlehem (610-865-7082, will recycle clean glass bottles and jars, aluminum cans, tin and bimetal cans, aerosol cans, cardboard, paperboard, office paper, glossy magazines, newspapers, Styrofoam, plastics #1 through #7, telephone books, clothing and textiles, hardback and paperback books, scrap metals.  Open M-F  9AM-5PM, Saturday  9AM-4PM, and Sunday  11AM-4PM.

Paints, chemicals, antifreeze, smoke detectors, hazardous waste:  Lehigh County Hazardous Household Waste:  Call 610-782-3073 for information.

Ink cartridges: Visit,  to request a FREE USPS shipping label to mail 4 or more cartridges.