Aston Township, Delaware County PA

Aston Township Times

Did you know that the Aston Township Times can be delivered to you directly to your inbox?  You can sign up today and receive the Times digitally before it hits the newsstands.  The 2013 Times is sure to be full of exciting information in regards to everything that is going on in Aston Township. Click the link below and subscribe today!

 

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2013 Township Calendar

 Have no fear your 2013 Aston Township Calendar is almost here!  The delivery of the 2013 Aston Township Calendar will begin on Monday, January 07, 2013.  Like last year and in an effort to save your tax dollars the Township has opted to have the Public Works department hand deliver the calendars.  We expect the delivery to be completed by the end of the month, so if you haven’t received your calendar by then, please feel free to contact Assistant Township Secretary / Manager, George Needles III at gneedles1@astontownship.net or by phone at (610) 494-1636 ext 113.

 

Can’t wait to find out what is going on?  Click the link below to take you to the calendar on the web.

 

2013 Online Calendar

Weekly Recycling Continues in 2013

The Aston Township Board of Commissioners is proud to announce that the Township will continue with weekly recycling pickup for 2013. The choice was made after the numbers for Single Stream Recycling have increased drastically month over month and year over year. For the past three months the Public Works Department has been collecting at a feverish pace including the total for December, 111.19 tons “A new township record.” We would like to thank every resident for working hard to ensure this program is a success. “With weekly pickup we expect our totals to get into the 150 to 170 ton range by the end of 2013,” said Road Foreman Russ Palmore. Recycling numbers like that will take an all out buy in from you the residents. Below is a comprehensive list of what is recyclable.

 

Aluminum food and beverage containers

aluminum soda and beer cans, cat food cans, etc.

 

Glass food and beverage containers

Flint (clear)

Amber (brown)

Emerald (green)

Blue

 

Ferrous Cans

soup, coffee cans, empty aerosol cans, etc.

 

P.E.T. plastic containers with the symbol #1

no microwave trays

 

H.D.P.E. natural plastic containers with the symbol #2

milk jugs and water jugs containers only (narrow neck containers)

 

H.D.P.E. pigmented plastic containers with the symbol #2

detergent, shampoo, bleach bottles without caps (narrow neck containers)

 

LDPE plastic food and beverage containers symbol #4

butter and margarine tubs

Polypropylene plastic food and beverage containers symbol #5

yogurt containers

Other plastic food and beverage containers symbol #7

mixed plastic containers

Cartons and aseptic packaging

Juice boxes, gable top milk and juice containers, soup and soy milk cartons

 

Old Newspaper (ONP)

Sunday inserts are acceptable paper.

 

Kraft Paper Bags

 

Old Corrugated Containers (OCC)

no wax coated.  Fiber board (ex. cereal boxes) is acceptable. 

 

Magazines (OMG)

Coated magazines, catalogs and similar printed materials, junk mail, and soft cover books.

Materials Not Accepted:

No plastic bagging material.  (News print can be placed in a Kraft bag)

Mirrors, window or auto glass, light bulbs, ceramics, any plastic containers with #3 or #6 or no # at all, paint, oil or antifreeze containers, coat hangers, fabrics and clothing, bio-hazardous waste, electronic waste, food waste, or any household items (such as toasters, cooking pots or pans, VHS/VCR tapes, etc.)

 

Hard cover books.