RECENT CHANGES AT 

 NORTHERN TIER SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

Effective immediately, NTSWA can no longer accept hard cover books for recycling at any of our locations.  The glue on the spine of the book holding the cover on makes them very difficult to recycle and very few end users are willing to take them anymore because of the labor involved.  Unfortunately, these hard cover back books should be donated to a charity if possible or thrown away.  Paper back books can be recycled in our Mixed Paper category.

In the very near future Davidson Township, Sullivan County, will be discontinuing their recycling drop-off due to constant contamination from the public.  The Laporte drop-off is the next closest location for residents still wishing to recycle.

RECYCLING CHANGES

Oil and Antifreeze disposal!

Effective  August 1, 2020, all oil or antifreeze

coming to the landfill for recycling can not be in a container any larger than a  (5) gallon jug.  

WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING DRUMS OF OIL OR ANTIFREEZE.

It can not be mixed together with any other substance,  i.e. water etc.  Containers must be sturdy, sealed tightly and labeled.

Residents only.  No businesses.

RATE CHANGES

TOWANDA BOROUGH RESIDENTS

Effective December 1, 2020, the price of stickers for Towanda Borough Residents will increase to $3.50 per sticker.  

THIS IS ONLY FOR TOWANDA BOROUGH RESIDENTS!

On-site Stickers

Effective  August 1, 2020, waste stickers purchased at any of our on-site drop off locations will increase to $3.25 per sticker!

Minimum Waste Rate

Effective August 1, 2020, the minimum rate for waste coming  to the landfill will be $20.00