RECYCLE DROP OFF CENTER
Blackbridge Road York, PA 17406
(Across from York County Resource Recovery Center)
Directions to the Authority’s Recycling Drop-off Center
York, Pennsylvania 17406
Proceed on I-83 to Exit 21 (old exit 9--Arsenal Rd/Rt.30E). As you come off the exit ramp, get immediately into the far left turning lane and proceed to stoplight at intersection of Toronita Street and Rt. 30E (you will see the "Round the Clock Diner" at this intersection).
At the stoplight, turn left onto Toronita Street (Toronita turns into Blackbridge Road). Proceed approximately 1˝ miles to the Drop-off Center located on the right side of the roadway (across from the Resource Recovery Center).
From Rt. 30:
At the stoplight at the intersection of Toronita Street and Rt. 30 (you will see the "Round the Clock Diner" at this intersection), turn north onto Toronita Street (Toronita turns into Blackbridge Road).
Proceed approximately 1˝ miles to the Drop-off Center located on the right side of the roadway (across from the Resource Recovery Center).
The York County Solid Waste Authority’s Public Recycling Drop-off Center is located across from the Resource Recovery Center at 2651 Blackbridge Road, Manchester Township, York, PA.
The following recyclables are accepted at the drop-off center:
Aluminum and Steel Cans:
Food/beverage ONLY. Please, NO paint, aerosol, or chemical cans (put in regular garbage). NO propane tanks. Click on propane tanks for a list of outlets that accept used tanks for recycling.
Glass - Food and Beverage Containers:
Bottles and jars ONLY. Any color accepted. NO ceramics, window or auto glass, light bulbs or drinking glasses, mirrors, porcelain, glass cookware or bakeware. Rinse containers and remove and dispose of caps and lids.
These include food, beverage or detergent bottles ONLY with the numbers 1 through 7 printed on the container. The neck of the container MUST be SMALLER than the base. Please, NO shopping bags, oil/chemical containers, toys, plastic wrap, utensils or styrofoam, microwave trays or unnumbered plastics. Rinse containers and remove and dispose of caps and lids.
Newsprint & Other Paper:
Color inserts, magazines, catalogues, junk mail, cereal boxes, phone books, printer paper, copier paper, and junk mail. DO NOT drop off paper in bags or bundled with string.
All boxes MUST be broken down. Corrugated cardboard and paperboard now accepted. Corrugated cardboard is cardboard that has ridges separating the front and back panels. This includes most cardboard boxes. Paperboard is usually a low grade cardboard in a single layer. It includes such items as cereal boxes, shoe boxes or soda boxes.
Clothing and Shoes:
Clean clothing and shoes are accepted in the Salvation Army drop-off bin. The Salvation Army will pull the bin when full and distribute the items collected.
If you have furniture, appliances or other large items for the Salvation Army, you must contact the Salvation Army directly at 1-800-95-TRUCK.
Thank you for Recycling! At this drop-off site, more than 1,000 tons of material is collected for recycling annually.
The Recycle Drop-off Center is open 7 days a week during daylight hours.
For more information call 717-845-1066.
Municipal Drop Off Program
Locations That Accept Recycle/Disposal of Propane Tanks