Dublin Borough's contracted residential trash hauler is Waste Management. For TRASH and RECYCLING information, including YARD WASTE, Click here.
To contact Waste Management 800-328-1717.
Please notify them you are a Dublin Borough municipal contract resident when calling.
Please contact the Borough if you need a new waste can at 215 249-3310.
2018 Bucks County Hazardous Waste
Many household products contain chemicals that cause contamination to the environment if disposed of improperly. The Bucks County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program provides the opportunity for residents to get rid of unwanted hazardous chemicals, such as oil-based paints, pesticides, herbicides, caustic cleaners, pool chemicals, mercury, and automotive and rechargeable batteries, by offering a safe and easy disposal solution. Residents can drive to any of the collection sites listed, between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm, rain or shine, and their household hazardous waste will be removed from their vehicles and sorted for safe disposal.
To view the flyer with the dates and additional information, Click here.
For a list of resources and information on recycling different materials, Click here.
For information and resources from Bucks County, Click here.
Recycle your old electronics the right way. For more information check out www.buckscounty.org/recycling.
To view flyer Click here.
Your trash hauler is not permitted to accept electronic devices such as laptops, computers, monitors, keyboards, printers, and televisions with the regular trash. Under the PA Covered Device Recycling Act of 2010 (Act 108 of 2010), these items must be sent to an approved electronics recycler.
Proper recycling by residents is important since these devices contain heavy metals, such as lead, cadmium, and mercury, which do not belong in landfills.
Some retailers such as Bestbuy also accept electronics for recycling either at no charge or in exchange for rebates or coupons.
Ewaste Express will pick up your electronic "ewaste" at your home or business by calling 855-213-5225.
For more information go to www.ewasteexperts.com
You may also contact a business that recycles electronics from the PA DEP website.
Click here for the list.
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.