Dublin Borough's contracted residential trash hauler is Waste Management. For TRASH and RECYCLING information, including YARD WASTE, Click here.
A handy guide for the DO'S and DONT'S of what can be recycled., Click here.
Please contact the Borough if you need a new waste can at 215 249-3310.
To contact Waste Management 800-328-1717.
Please notify them you are a Dublin Borough municipal contract resident when calling.
Here is a list of the most common contaminats to keep out of your recycling bin. Click here.
Please do not put plastic bags in the recycling container. For more information Visit www.RecycleOftenRecycleRight.com
Why recycle electronics? It keeps harmful elements out of the soil and water. For more information on programs and compaines, click below:
For Residential Electronics recycling Click here.
For Business Electronics recycling Click here.
2020 Bucks County Hazardous Waste
Household products containing toxic chemicals, like pesticides, oil-based paints, solvents, cleaning products, weed killers and automotive batteries can be a threat to people and the environment if improperly discarded. Never throw these materials into the trash, as the toxic chemicals may harm sanitation workers, or result in fires in collection vehicles. It is also not safe to pour them into a sink or storm drain as they can end up in the environment polluting the air, water, or soil.
To view the flyer with the Hazardous Waste collection dates, times, locations and additional information, Click here.
To view the flyer for televison disposal and ecycling, Click here.
For information and resources from Bucks County, Click here.
CFL Bulb Recycling
Because there is a small amount of mercury in CFLs, residents are encouraged to recycle them to prevent mercury from going into landfills. The Borough does not offer recycling for CFL light bulbs, but Home Depot and Lowe’s stores all accept CFLs.
Visit www.earth911.org to identify other local recycling locations. If there are no recycling centers near you and you must put your CFL in the garbage, seal the CFL in two plastic bags. CFLs should not be disposed of in an incinerator.