Curbside Recycling Guide

All residents of Indiana Borough and White Township are required by municipal ordinance to recycling the following items:

Aluminum & Steel/Bi-Metal Cans

Glass Bottles & Jars

Leaf Waste

Weekly curbside collection of aluminum & steel/bi-metal cans; clear, brown & green glass bottles & jars; newspapers; and #1 & #2 plastic bottles is available to all households in Indiana Borough and White Township.

Bins will be emptied weekly on your scheduled pickup day. Your bins must be at the curbside or at the end of your driveway by 7:30 a.m. on your pickup day.

If an orange sticker was placed on your bin, this means your bin was rejected. The sticker will list the reason your bin was rejected. Bins may be rejected if plastic bottles are not kept separate from other materials, or if they contain items that aren't approved for curbside recycling, or if they contain broken glass, garbage, food waste, or other non-recyclable materials. If your bin is rejected, please clean it out and remove the sticker.

If your scheduled pickup day falls on a holiday -- your recyclables will not be picked up until the following week.

Replacement bins can be obtained from your municipal office:
Indiana Borough 724-465-6691
White Township 724-463-8585

*Note: Residents will now have two bins for their curbside collections.
  Your scheduled pick up day will remain the same for both bins.



CANS
Aluminum & Steel
Food & Beverage Containers

Cans should be rinsed, labels are OK.

We do not accept aluminum foil, pots & pans, grills, or other scrap metal items.

GLASS
Clear, Green, & Brown
Food & Beverage Containers

Bottles & jars should be rinsed, remove and discard lids, labels are OK.

We do not accept window or auto glass, stemware, dishes or ceramics.

NEWSPAPERS
Newsprint, including
Inserts & Advertisements
PLASTICS
#1 & #2 Plastics in bottle form ONLY
Bottles should be rinsed, labels are ok. Please remove & discard lids.


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 Place cans, glass & newspapers in your maroon bin (White Township residents) or 
in your green bin (Indiana Boro. residents).
 Place plastic bottles
in your blue bin.


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