Remove/drain liquid from trash. To prevent the accumulation of liquid in containers drill holes into the bottom of each container.
Units of trash shall never exceed 40 pounds.
Broken glass, syringes, and other sharp objects must be disposed of in containers which are designed to insulate from contact with sanitation staff.
Animal feces and diapers must be disposed of in water-tight plastic bags.
Brush & Tree Trimmings
Tree trimmings, hedge clippings, and other bundled material shall not exceed three feet in length and not exceed two feet in diameter.
Tree trimmings, branches, and similar materials shall not be placed in a trash container. Do not mix trash and yard waste on yard waste collection days. Such material will not be collected.
All containers shall have a watertight lid and be of such type that they shall securely contain its contents and may be easily handled by one employee.
All refuse containers shall be maintained in good condition, it must not have ragged or sharp edges. Trash in poorly conditioned containers will not be collected.
Trash containers shall be metal or of substantial plastic construction. Plastic disposal bags are acceptable.
The Borough may restrict the use of plastic bags when a pattern of rodent activity is experienced. In such cases, the Borough may direct the use of metal or substantial plastic containers, with tight lids to terminate the activity.
It shall be unlawful for any person other than the occupants of the premises upon which the refuse containers are maintained or employees of the Borough to remove covers, containers, or contents of refuse containers placed for collection.
Televisions will not be collected by Lansdowne Borough. As of August 2018, the Salvation Army will accept televisions in working condition at: 66 Chester Pike Collingdale, PA 19023 Phone: 610-461-9102
Alternatively, contact the Community Action Agency of Delaware County to schedule a pickup or drop off at 610-874-8451
Any unauthorized accumulation of the following on any residential or non-residential premises is deemed to be a nuisance and is prohibited:
Sanitation staff will not risk damaging vehicles and other obstructions in the pathway between the location of trash containers and the sanitation truck and if such obstructions are present trash will not be collected.
A clear path free of snow and ice must be provided for our employees to pass or residents should bring containers to the curb line.