For more than a century, Weidle Sanitation has provided affordable waste removal services to throughout Lebanon County.

Residential Recycling

Weidle Sanitation offers curbside recycling service to residential customers for the following items:

Co-mingle recyclables:

  • Aluminum cans
  • Tin cans
  • Plastics
  • Glass jars and bottles
  • Newspapers
  • Cardboard

Commercial Recycling

We offer the following recycling services for commercial customers:

  • Cardboard
  • Office paper
  • Commercial Recycling Containers

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How Do I Safely Dispose of Needles and Syringes In Household Waste?

Help prevent injury and illness spread to environmental workers and your community by following these recommendations when getting rid of needles and syringes:

  • Place all needles and syringes in a puncture resistant hard plastic or metal container, such as an empty coffee can or laundry detergent bottle.
  • Secure lid with duct tape and dispose into the regular household trash and not with recyclables
  • Clearly label this bio waste as “do not recycle”
How Do I Safely Dispose of Electronics?

Electronic products constitute one of the fastest growing streams of today’s consumer and commercial waste. In November 2010, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed the Covered Device Recycling Act (CDRA), which establishes several requirements for individuals and entities involved throughout the lifecycle of certain “covered” electronic devices.

Covered devices include desktop computers, laptop computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals and televisions.

Electronic devices will be prohibited from landfill disposal at the Greater Lebanon Refuse Authority (GLRA) effective January 1, 2012. For this reason, we are unable to accept electronic devices as trash and residents and businesses in Lebanon County are prohibited from placing such items in with their trash for disposal.

Electronic devices must be taken to a DEP-approved Covered Device Recycling Facility.

GLRA has a facility dedicated to recycling private household electronic devices approved under CDRA. There is no charge for residents to drop off their electronic devices at the GLRA facility. If you are unable to take your devices to the GLRA facility, we will pick up and deliver them to the designated electronics recycling facility. There is an extra charge for this service.

For more information on the CDRA, visit the PA Department of Environmental Protection website (select “Electronics Recycling” from the DEP Programs A-Z menu). For more information on the GLRA Covered Device Recycling Facility, contact the GLRA Recycling Coordinator at 867-5790.