Danville Borough

Montour County Pennsylvania


                           RESIDENTIAL RECYCLING ONLY

The Borough of Danville has required mandatory recycling by all residents and businesses since the establishment of its program in 1994. Occupants are responsible for the separation of recyclable materials from solid waste as well as for their preparation and placement for curbside pickup. Materials may also be delivered to a designated dropoff site. Recycling bins can be obtained by calling the Municipal Building at 570-275-3091, Ext. 0.

Complete regulations and details regarding this requirement can be found in Chapter 207, Article I (Recycling) of the Borough's Code of Ordinances. It can be accessed online by clicking here.

To make things easier, in the sections below, you will find all of the basic, relevant information you should need to successfully recycle in Danville.

Curbside Recycling

What to Recycle at Curbside
Please Use Separate Bins for Each of the Categories Listed Below


Clear Glass

All bottles and jars must be emptied and rinsed, and all caps and lids must be removed.NO window panes, light bulbs, mirrors, or ceramics may be included. PLEASE KEEP COLORED GLASS SEPARATE.

Colored Glass

Brown, green, and blue glass may be placed in a single bin. All bottles and jars must beemptied and rinsed, and all caps and lids must be removed.


Metal Cans

Both steel and aluminum cans may be placed in a single bin. All cans must be emptied and rinsed. NO foil, pans, or aerosol cans may be included.





Includes #1 and #2 plastic bottles (soda, milk detergent). For all materials, empty and rinse, discard caps and lids, and flatten. NO plastic bags, ice cream buckets, yogurt cups, motor oil bottles, butter tubs, or non-bottle plastic packaging.


Newspapers that are bundled or bagged. NO magazines, junk mail, or phone books.


Mixed Paper (New!)

Includes chipboard such as cereal, tissue, pasta, and shoe boxes. Also includes magazines, catalogs, junk mail, and phone books. KEEP NEWSPAPERS SEPARATE. DOES NOT INCLUDE CARDBOARD.




Curbside Collection Schedule 2019


1st Ward

1/3/2019     2/7/2019     3/7/2019     4/4/2019     5/2/2019     6/6/2019     7/3/2019     8/1/2019     9/5/2019     10/3/2019     11/7/2019     12/5/2019

2nd Ward

1/10/2019     2/14/2019     3/14/2019     4/11/2019     5/9/2019     6/13/2019   7/11/2019     8/8/2019     9/12/2019     10/10/2019    11/14/2019    12/12/2019 

3rd Ward

1/17/2019     2/21/2019     3/21/2019     4/18/2019     5/16/2019     6/20/2019     7/18/2019     8/15/2019     9/19/2019     10/17/2019   11/21/2019   12/19/2019 

4th Ward

1/24/2019     2/28/2019     3/28/2019    4/25/2019     5/23/2019     6/27/2019     7/25/2019     8/22/2019     9/26/2019     10/24/2019   11/27/2019   12/2/2019 


Drop-Off Recycling

Where is it Located?

The Borough's designated drop off collection site for 2019 is at the Street Department Parking Lot, 602 West Mahoning Street in Danville.

When is it Open?
Materials may be deposited at the Borough's recycling drop off collection site every weekend from Friday at 5:00 P.M. to Monday at 7:00 A.M.

What is Accepted?

Two recycling trailers are located at the drop off site during hours of operation, and each are clearly labeled for the collection of the following materials:

  •  Plastic #1 & #2
  • Aluminum & Steel Cans
  • Clear Glass
  • Brown, Green, and Blue Glass
  • Mixed Paper
  • Newspaper
  • Corrugated Cardboard (Broken Down)
Please follow the same instructions detailed under the "What to Recycle at Curbside" section above for the preparation of your recyclable materials.

Danville Borough does not collect styrofoam as part its recycling program. However, a collection bin for such materials is located outside of Foam Fabricators, Inc. at 17 Industrial Drive in Bloomsburg.

Collection Bins

How to Obtain Collection Bins?

Need recycling collection bins for your residence? Call us at 570-275-3091, Ext. 0, and we'll have them delivered right to your front door. (Limit 3 bins per household.)


Contact Information
Donna Murphy
Danville Borough Municipal Building
463 Mill Street
Danville, PA 17821
Office: (570) 275-3091

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