Special Collections

Under the State Covered Device Recycling Act of 2010, you are prohibited from disposing of electronic devices such as laptops, computers, monitors, microwave ovens and televisions in your trash.  They must now be sent to an electronics recycler.  Below is a list of businesses that accept electronics and other items.

The York County Solid Waste Authority holds a weekly Residential Electronics Recycling Program.  The program is free and open to York County residents only.  The collections are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. every week at the Authority’s site located off of Black Bridge Road in Manchester Township.

  Name of Store Address Phone # Items Accepted
Advanced Auto Parts 830 E. Main Street, Dallastown   244-1942 Auto batteries, used motor oil (up to 5 gallons per day)
Auto Zone 859 E. Main Street, Dallastown   244-7121 Auto batteries, used motor oil (up to 5 gallons per day) and scrap metal
Best Buy 2865 Concord Road, York   840-4530 Rechargeable batteries and Computer equipment – excluding monitors
Home Depot 2905 E. Market Street, York 960 Far Hills Drive, New Freedom   757-0440 227-1040 CFL Bulbs, rechargeable batteries
Lowe’s 2449 E. Market Street, York 1175 Carlisle Road, York   757-4802 676-4050 Rechargeable batteries, CFL Bulbs
Office Max 2435 E. Market Street, York   840-1100 Printer ink and toner cartridges, printers
Paz Metals 4315 Run Way, York   757-1298 Computers, metals, auto parts
RadioShack 3167 Cape Horn Road, Red Lion   244-7087 Rechargeable batteries-up to 11″ and Sprint cell phones only
Red Lion Salvage 350 Craley Road, Red Lion   246-2888 Car batteries, circuit boards, whole cars, metals
Spartan Computers 150 Memory Lane, York   650-6189 All electronics except TVs with picture tubes or rear projection; no CRT monitors and small microwaves
Staples 2915 Concord Road, York 965 Loucks Road, York   755-1439 852-8454 Computer equipment, printers, shredders, printer ink cartridges

 

 

Electronics Collection

  • Saturday, October 21st
  • 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • Public Works Building – 970 White Oak Road, Windsor
  • Windsor Township residents only.  Photo identification will be required.

Woody Waste Dropoff Schedule

  • Saturday, March 11th, April 8th, June 10th, July 8th, August 12th, September 9th, October 14th, December 9th
  • 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Public Works Building – 970 White Oak Road, Windsor
  • No commercial businesses.
  • No grass clippings, tree stumps, sawdust, mulch or flower debris will be accepted.
  • There is a six (6) ft. length limit.
  • There is a six (6) inch diameter limit.
  • There is no need to bundle the woody waste brought to the drop-off location.
  • This service is available to Windsor Township residents only.
  • Photo identification will be required.

Woody Waste Curbside Collection

Week of November 6th on your regular trash day
There is no limit.

  • Must be bundled and tied with twine or placed in a biodegradable bag
  • Maximum length – 4′
  • Material should be 1/4″ to 3″ in diameter
  • No trimmings in garbage bags or cans
  • No grass clippings
  • No tree stumps

Leaf Collection

  • Dates for the fall leaf collection will be posted closer to the start date.
    Remember to rake leaves as close to the edge of the blacktop/curb as possible in narrow rows away from fences, posts, poles or cars.  Tree limbs, grass, shrubs and hedge trimmings, bricks, stones or any foreign objects are not to be deposited in the leaves.  If foreign objects are found, the leaves will not be collected.

Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb Recycling

The Township is participating in a program sponsored by PPL Electric to recycle compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs. This is only for the small fluorescent bulbs, not the long fluorescent tubes. You can recycle your unbroken CFL bulbs by bringing them to the Township Office during normal business hours.

Community Events

Recycling containers will be provided for any community event held at a Windsor Township owned facility for materials included in the Windsor Township recycling program.