Recycling

Electronics Recycling Day

Attention Juniata County Residents! It’s time to do some spring cleaning and recycle your old unwanted, broken and outdated electronics and appliances.

Please join us for our Spring ELECTRONICS RECYCLING DAY!

Juniata County Fairgrounds, 308 8th Street, Port Royal, PA 17082

Saturday, November 7, 2020, from 9 am to 12 noon or until the trucks are full!

Hard drive and document destruction services will also be available for a fee.

Additional items that can be recycled for a fee include old tube TVs, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dishwashers, stoves and more.

For more details download the Electronics Recycling Flyer 2020 PDF.


Tire Recycling Challenge

Please join us on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at the Juniata County Fairgrounds located at 308 8th Street, Port Royal, PA from 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon for Tire Wars 2019.

Tire Wars 2019

All Juniata County residents are invited to bring out their old tires to be recycled for a low, low fee. We’ll be competing with Mifflin, Perry and Huntingdon Counties to see who can collect the most tires. It doesn’t matter if they’re rim-on, old and cracked, or just plain muddy.

Let’s do what we can to Keep Juniata County Beautiful!

Contact Mindy Musser for more information at mindy-musser@juniataccd.org or 717.436.4017.


New Recycling Coordinator for Juniata County!

For all recycling questions, please contact Juniata County Recycling Coordinator Mindy Musser at the Conservation District.


Plastics, Glass, Paper and Aluminum Cans Recycling

Cocolamus Creek Disposal has a recycling center in Mifflintown that is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays for drop-off of recyclables. Expect to pay a small fee per vehicle.

They also offer a pick-up service for recycling. Purchase a bag, fill it with your recyclables, set it at the curb on your recycle day, and they’ll pick it up. Check the recycling schedule for Juniata County and Perry County.

Mifflin County Solid Waste Authority offers several public drop-off recycling sites in Mifflin County for newspapers, cardboard, tin and aluminum cans, and plastics.

Mifflin County Solid Waste Recycling

April 1, 2020 PUBLIC NOTICE

The MCSWA (dump) will continue to be closed to the general public through April 15, 2020 at which time we will reevaluate and put out another update on when we may be able to open to the public. The facility will remain closed on Saturdays until further notice. We remain open for Commercial Account Holders Only!

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but safety of our staff and customers is our highest priority. We must protect our employees and the public while still maintaining our essential functions of commercial waste collection for central Pennsylvania during this unprecedented time.

Oil and Auto Battery Recycling

Many service stations and auto parts stores accept these items.

More recycling information