A new Pennsylvania state law requires that items to be recycled such as computers, televisions, microwaves, pretty much anything with an electrical cord, can no longer be picked up by trash route trucks.
That’s where a local business can help.
Burgmeier Hauling, recognized as an E-Waste collector by the Department of Environmental Protection, is accepting those items at no charge.
E-Waste items can be dropped off at 1340 Old Sixth Avenue Road, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Large appliances like refrigerators, washing machines, dryers and air conditioners are not accepted as part of the E-Waste program.
Homer-Laughlin Mixing Bowl,
cream color, blue stripe, 9" wide,
4" high, made in USA -$20
Wall Mirror Set,
3 parts, 21" long, each 7 1/2" wide
-$11 for set
Cornflower design, never used -
Pie Plate, 9"
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