Upper Saucon Township Recycles!
Rechargeable Batteries, Cell Phone, and CFL Bulb Recycling
Upper Saucon Township has partnered with PPL Electric Utilities and Call2Recycle to collect and discard your used CFL light bulbs, and rechargeable batteries and old cell phones. Just stop by the Township office during regular business hours and drop off your recyclable materials at the front desk. This service is free to Township residents. If possible, please put the used bulb in a small cardboard container/box or sealed plastic bag. To learn more about compact fluorescent light bulbs, please click here.
Upper Saucon Township continues to work with Abitibi-Bowater on the fundraising paper recycling program known as “PAPER RETRIEVER.” This free service is offered to the community to collect and recycle your paper products and turn them into newsprint paper in a matter of weeks.
Bring your recyclable paper materials to the green and yellow Paper Retriever bins in the parking lot at the Township Municipal Building on Camp Meeting Road or at the Southern Lehigh Public Library on Preston Lane. Materials may be deposited 24 hours a day at both locations.
The following items CAN be placed in the bins: Newspapers; Magazines; Copy, fax or colored paper; Junk mail; Envelopes; File folders; Shopping catalogs; Shredded paper in bags. Plastic, glass, metal, trash, or other unspecified paper products are not accepted.