Curbside Pick-Up Services

Charles Blosenski is the Township's contracted hauler. Trash, Recycling, & Bulk items are to be placed at the curb by 5:00 a.m. on Thursday (unless on holiday schedule).

Solid Waste & Recycling pickup allows for:

  • Solid Waste– Three 33-gallon cans/bags or two 50 gallon cans (not to exceed a total of 100 gallons). 
  • One bulk item (not to exceed 70 pounds)
    • Appliances that contain Freon - A certified technician must remove Freon and tag the appliance. Freon Removal Service Providers 
    • Doors must be removed from refrigerators and freezers.
    • Rugs must be bundled and tied and not exceed three (3 ft) feet in length.
    • Mowers or other engines must have gas and/or oils removed.
    • Bulk items are permitted to be placed out on any given trash collection day throughout the year.
  •  

    *Recycling of the mandatory items will be strictly enforced. Recycled items are to be put into the recycling toter (supplied by the Township) and not mixed with your trash. Failure to comply will result in the trash hauler not picking up trash that has recyclables included in it and not in a separate recycle container.

    **Yard waste, tires, and construction debris will not be collected. Tires may be taken to the Township garage for a fee during normal business hours. All trash and recyclable materials are to be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. (please do not place solid waste and recyclables out more than twenty-four hours in advance of trash pick-up).

Attached Document or FileNew Rules for Disposing of Electronic Devices  Goes into effect on January 24, 2013
Attached Document or FileRecycling Toters are coming in Spring 2016  96 gallon Toters
 
Home | Township Crowdsourced Photos | About West Brandywine Township | Public Notices | Agenda & Minutes | Budget/Audit | Departments | Newsletter | Permits, Applications & Forms | Stormwater Program - MS4 | Tax & Trash Info | Trash & Recycling | Unsubscribe | Right to Know | WBT Code & Legislation | Image Gallery | Sewage Management Program (SMP) | Maps