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 Environmental Services

​Environmental Services, a Division of the Department of Public Works, is a County office that deals with recycling, special collections and recycling education. 
We offer assistance to municipal offices located within Northampton County and coordinate recycling and solid waste efforts within the County in the following ways:

  • Assist municipalities and recycling agencies with the implementation of recycling programs, education, obtaining grant funding, and environmental data management.
  • Prepare the Northampton County Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan.
  • Organize various waste collection events for the County residents that improve and increase recycling and waste diversion. 

Northampton County offers, sponsors, and/or supports the programs and services listed to the left that help address various solid waste management and recycling needs within the County. Click on each tab to find out information about that program and/or service.

 

 Collection Events

EventIconO.pngDrug Take Back Boxes                                     Electronics Recycling Events                           HHW Collection Event 

Mobile Paper Shredding Events


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Northampton County does not use general fund tax dollars for its Recycling & Waste program expenses.  Those using the programs are required to pay fees where they apply.

 Guides

                                                       Backyard Composting                                          Commercial Waste Reduction Guide  

Electronics Recycling                                                 Fall Leaves: What To Do With Them                  Halloween Recycling Tips  

Holiday Recycling Guide                                            Resident's Guide To Recycling & Waste Disposal 

Scrap Tire Management                                              SHARPS Disposal                                               Workplace Composting Guide


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