Sewer/Refuse bills were mailed out today, Thursday, April, 13, 2017. They are due back to the office, paid in full, by Monday, May 15th, 2017.



The initial 2017 E-cycling event will be hosted by the City of Easton on April 29th, at their Public Works Garage, 900 bushkill Drive, Easton, PA,  9-12. A list of items accepted and the cost is found in the link below. 

2017 E-cycle Event, City of Easton



2017 ReStore Recyclable Latex Paint Collection Events



2017 Northampton County Hazardous Waste Events





The sewer/refuse bills were mailed out January 14, 2017 . They were due, paid in full,  to the office by February 15, 2017. 



Local Recycling (Be sure to call first to make sure this service is still available.)

John Huber, of John’s Computers, in Nazareth, offers ongoing recycling at the following location at the listed prices: 

203 South Main Street, Nazareth, PA 18064

Phone: 610.746.2462; Fax: 610.746.2465

-Televisions (NOT Console or Projection).. anything over 25”. Please call office to make appointment;  $35 / each

-Televisions (Console or Projection)  or TVs over 25″. Please call office to make appointment; $55 / each

-Monitors (CRT, LED and LCD)  $15 / each

-Appliances (LARGE) No charge . . . . Call office to make appointment.

-Appliances (small) no charge.

-Anything with FREON $25 / each. (For large items… call for appointment.)

-Computer parts or accessories….. no charge



Met-Ed Appliance Turn-In Program

Have an older, working fridge or freezer hogging energy in your garage or basement? While it may provide additional storage, it may not be worth the additional cost on your electric bill. By recycling your old appliance, you may save over $100 per year in energy costs, plus Met-Ed will give you an additional $50!



Plastic Bag Recycling


The Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling ActCDRA 108 prohibits the disposal of covered devices (such as computers, laptops, monitors and televisions) with residential trash and trash haulers are legally prohibited from taking these items. E-waste materials must be disposed of at a properly certified facility or at a scheduled e-cycling event.