Trash/Recycling/Yard Waste


We are dedicated to a greener township for a healthier world.


Hatfield Township is a member of the Northern Montgomery County Recycling Commission along with ten other municipalities in the area. Each municipality works together to improve recycling in the area. To assist residents in their recycling efforts Hatfield Township offers several recycling programs. A list of local businesses that collect certain items for recycling is available here. Recycling information for township businesses can be found here.

Residents in Hatfield Township are required to recycle the following items as part of single stream recycling in the township:

- Aluminum, Steel, and Bimetal cans
This includes all metal food, beverage, and aerosol cans.

- Clear, Amber, and Green Glass
All glass food and beverage bottles/jars are recyclable. 

- Plastics: Number 1 through 7
The bottom of the plastic bottle will have a triangle with a number.

- Newspapers, Magazines, Junk Mail
Tie in a bundle or place in a paper bag. 

Pick up and Drop-off Programs

Recycling and Trash haulers that service Hatfield Township can be found here

Cardboard and Yard Waste Drop-Off

***Third Saturday of every month from 8:00am - 12:00pm***
Because most trash haulers will not collect corrugated cardboard with regular recycling, Hatfield Township offers a monthly drop-off at the Hatfield Township Public Works Building: 2590 Unionville Pike.

Residents may also drop off moderate portions of yard waste, such as leaves, garden residue, and tree branches (small twigs) monthly as well. Biodegradable brown paper bags are available at home improvement or grocery stores. Hatfield Township cannot accept grass clippings at this time.

Residents are limited to two trips of branches per Saturday.

Christmas Tree Drop-Off

After the holiday season is over, bring your Christmas trees to the Hatfield Community Park and Pool. You can leave the trees in a designated area and they will get recycled. You can bring your trees as soon as December 26 until the end of January.

 'Wheels For Wishes' Vehicle Donation

Wheels For Wishes is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish® Philadelphia and Susquehanna Valley. We are proud to offer an easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUVs, RVs, or even boats, by turning them into a wish for a local child. To donate, you can give us a call at 1-855-344-9474 or fill out our easy online vehicle donation form. Visit us online at

Montgomery County Household Hazardous Waste

Please save your household hazardous waste, such as oil based paint and paint cans, fluorescent tubes, motor oil, and swimming pool chemicals for collection days, held several times a year by Montgomery County. For a complete list of recycling events, please visit For more information call the Montgomery County Recycling Hotline at 610.278.3618.

Electronics Recycling

Best Buy electronics stores run a year round electronics recycling program accepting computers and various electronics. Many Items may be taken for recycling at no charge and with no purchase required. Check their website for details.

Staples also runs a free year round recycling program for computers and accessories. They do not accept any TVs. Check their website for details.

If you need to have your TV picked up, you can pay a company like 1-800-Got-Junk to come to your home for a fee.

Neighboring Counties Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling Programs:

Bucks County
Chester County
Delaware County

Paper Shredding

Montgomery County holds several paper shredding events throughout the year. For a complete list of recycling events, please visit

Tire Collections

Montgomery County holds several tire collection events throughout the year. For a complete list of recycling events, please visit

Electronics Recycling Law

The Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act requires that consumers and businesses must recycle electronics suchs as computeres, computer monitors, laptops, television, tablets, and computer peripherals (printers, keyboards, mouse devices, etc.) as of January 23, 2013. Consumers and businesses will no longer be able to throw away their covered electronic devices with their curbside trash.

Haulers will no longer take covered electronic devices. Manufacturers are required to provide for the collection of covered electronic devices. This is offered to consumers at no cost. Consumers can find more information on registered manufacturers and where to recycle their covered electronics devices at or through the DEP Recycling Hotline at 1-800-346-4242. To find firms that accept and recycle electronic devices in your area, go to

Recycling Drop Off Location App-IRecycle

Anyone with a smartphone can access drop off locations near them using this helpful app. created the Irecycle app for Android and IOS phones. The app provides you with 12 categories to choose from of recyclable items and then provides you locations where you drop off the items. IRecycle is a free app and is available by searching your app store. Visit for more information.