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The township collects yard waste curbside 2 times a year (Spring & Fall). Dates will be published in our newsletters and on this website, but typically it is during early April and late September. Leaves only are collected from mid-October to the end of November. The start dates will also be published in the January & July newsletters and on this website. If you have yard waste at other times of the year, you can take it to the Yard Waste & Recycling Center after obtaining a permit. To get a permit, you need to stop at the South Lebanon Township office and fill out the form and make payment. Any questions should be directed to Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 717-274-0481 ext 110.
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All residents, businesses, schools, churches, institutions in the Township are required to recycle clear glass, colored glass, newspaper, aluminum cans, bi-metal cans and plastic bottles and jugs with a neck. All businesses, schools, churches, institutions are also required to recycle corrugated cardboard and office paper. Be sure to check with your hauler since some of them will collect more than the required items.
Recycling is collected by your waste hauler on a bi-weekly basis. Please click here to see the approved Hauler List on GLRA's website and get their contact information.
The township has a collection containers outside the fence at the Yard Waste and Recycling Center located at 3 Linden Road. The entrance to Linden Road is across from the VA Medical Center, near the water tower along State Drive. All boxes MUST be flattened and placed INSIDE the container. Violators may be fined.
The township has a collection container outside the fence at the Yard Waste and Recycling Center located at 3 Linden Road. The entrance to Linden Road is across from the VA Medical Center, near the water tower along State Drive. Mixed paper includes: shredded paper (NO BAGS), office paper, manilla folders (NO BINDERS), junk mail, magazines, newspapers and their inserts, phone books, paperback books (NO HARDCOVERS), cereal boxes and other similar boxes (i.e. paperboard or chip board), etc. NO CARDBOARD IN THIS BIN! Violators may be fined.