Recycling in Montgomery Township

Recycling @ Montgomery Township! 

  • Cardboard Recycling- Montgomery Township has cardboard recycling for residents available at the Township Building located at 1001 Stump Road Montgomeryville, PA 18936.  It is open to residents - please no businesses. 
  • Leaf & Yard Waste Collection- Montgomery Township has both a monthly leaf & yard waste drop-off collection and two curbside pick-up collections annually for Township Residents. SORRY- No Grass Clippings!
  • Using CFL Bulbs?  As a reminder - you can recycle the twisty CFL bulbs in recycling bins at the Township Building and at retailers like Home Depot, Lowes, Best Buy and Ikea.
  • Curbside Recycling: Curbside recycling from ALL garbage haulers in Montgomery Township goes to “Blue Mountain Recycling” – located just off route 309/Bethlehem Pike in North Wales.
    • We have SINGLE STREAM recycling – everything mixed together in the bin as it is sorted at the recycling plant.
    • Recycle plastics # 1-7 (3-7 rigid plastics are now recyclable curbside!)
    • Plastic Bottles – rinse & leave caps ON
    • Plastic or Glass Bottles or Jars – scrape & rinse most of the food residue off – it does not have to be perfectly clean.
    • Plastic lids – ok to recycle!
    • Metal lids – ok to recycle!
    • Newspapers – DO NOT TIE them. Okay in paper (not plastic) bag.
    • Cartons- food and beverage cartons such as milk, juice, soup, broth, etc.
  • Do Not Recycle In Curbside Bins:
    • Single-use Bags (recycle at local grocery stores)
    • TIRES


Local Resources for Recycling Other Materials

Northern Montgomery County Recycling Commission   

Montgomery Township is a charter member of the Northern Montgomery County Recycling Commission (NMCRC), a group of 11 municipalities in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania that work together to increase recycling and to promote recycling awareness and education. 

Montgomery County Recycles! 

Montgomery County offers information for residents, businesses, institution and municipalities on how, what and where to reuse and recycle.  Find out more about the following: