The Recycling Center Office will be closed to the public effective March 23, 2020 until further notice. Authority staff will be available to answer questions during normal business hours at 724-479-0444.

During this closure, NO electronics, appliances, tires or fluorescent light bulbs will be accepted at the facility.

The outside bins will continue to be available for recycling paper, glass bottles, plastic bottles and cans.

There will be no paid loading of Compost and Mulch until further notice. Compost and Mulch will be available for self-service loading.

Curbside recycling collections in Indiana Borough and White Township will continue as scheduled at this time.

This plan will be revised as necessary pending additional guidance from Federal, State and Local Officials.


Curbside Recycling Changes in Indiana Borough & White Township

To help slow the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the curbside collection of recyclable materials in Indiana Borough and White Township will be limited to newspaper and #1 & #2 plastic bottles effective April 13, 2020. This change to recycling services is temporary. Please continue to use your blue recycling bin for plastic bottles, and your newspapers should be bagged or tied. Please implement this change with your next weekly collection. At this time, you may continue to recycle corrugated cardboard, newspaper, office paper, magazines, glass, cans, plastic bottles and yard waste at the Indiana County Recycling Center.


     The Indiana County Solid Waste Authority was created to help Indiana County and its municipalities comply with Pennsylvania Act 101 of 1988, the law that governs recycling in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  The Authority operates the Indiana County Recycling Center, conducts curbside recycling collections in Indiana Borough & White Township, and provides other recycling opportunities such as commercial & off-site collections, and programs for recycling yard wastes, appliances, electronics, and other special materials.  The Authority is governed by a seven member Board of Directors that is appointed by the Indiana County Board of Commissioners.  The Authority has a staff of 9 employees.

Tours of the Recycling Center are available, free of charge, to residents, schools, civic organizations, and other interested parties.  For more information about the Indiana County Solid Waste Authority or the Indiana County Recycling Center, please contact us at the numbers listed above.  The Authority's board meetings are held the second Thursday of each month starting at 7:00 p.m. at the Recycling Center.

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