​​​Clifford Township

Clifford Township's

​​​Annual Spring Clean Up

The Great American Clean Up for 2018 will be
Sunday, April 22 from 9:00 AM  to 3:00 PM at the Township Building

THANKS TO ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL VOLUNTEERS FOR MAKING THIS ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR! STAY POSTED FOR NEXT YEARS DATES!!
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 representatives from the District Attorney's Office or from the Sheriff's Department will be available to collect any unwanted prescription drugs, over the counter drugs, inhalers, vitamins, liquid medications and pet medications. Basically, they will take any medications with the exception of needles


   Township residents cleaning up their own property must bring Items to the Township Building,

 as there is no pick-up service.  The charge for a pick-up truck load is $30 (half truck load is $15), 

plus an additional fee for each of the following items: 

                                             
          Large stuffed chair              $10                                        Mattress                               $10
          Bed springs                          $8                                          Stove                                   $10
          Refrigerator                         $30                                        Freezer                                 $30  

          Air Conditioner                   $30                                        Dehumidifier                        $30
          Dishwasher                          $10                                        Washing machine                 $10
          Clothes dryer                       $10                                        Carpet roll (11x13)               $10

Old Tires will be collected, cost depends on size.

Steel will be accepted

TV's and Monitors Will Not Be Accepted.


Township residents may also participate by cleaning up a township road. 
Bags, vests, gloves are available at Clifford Auto Store, Main Street Clifford.
Please call the township to have the bags of road trash picked up by the township. 
Give the location of the road and the location of the bags using the nearest 
intersecting road to the road being cleared of trash.

Thank you, again, for your participation!!



119 Cemetery Street, PO Box 339

Clifford, PA 18413

570-222-9364

 

Recycling: Every Saturday  9 AM to 12 PM


All items must be clean and dry.  Please crush plastic bottles and cardboard boxes.  

Bottles and cans can be mixed together. Please bring items for recycling in open

containers or clear plastic bags to assist the volunteers in the sorting process. 

Plastic bags must be taken home, as they cannot be recycled at this site. 


Susquehanna County Recycling Center no longer handles our recycling.

County Recycling is not a county owned business.


Donations, at recycling, are accepted and appreciated.  Recycling remains free but it

costs the taxpayers $250 every month and your donations help to keep taxes down.


Your cooperation is greatly appreciated!!

Goodwill Industries will accept and and all types of computers, contact one nearest you.


Acceptable Items For  Township Recycling:


  • #1-7 Plastic Bottles
  • #1-7 Plastic Tubs & Screw Top Jars (No Lids, No #7 PLA Compostables)
  • Cans
  • Clean, Balled Aluminum Foil (2" or Larger) and Pie Pans
  • Corrugated Cardboard & Paper Bags
  • Empty Aerosol Cans (No Caps)
  • Empty Pizza Boxes
  • File Folders
  • Glass Bottle & Jars
  • Loose metal Jar Lids & Steel Bottles Caps
  • Magazines, Brochures & Catalogs
  • Newspapers & Inserts (No Plastic Bags)
  • Opened Mail, Junk Mail & Greeting Cards
  • Paper-back Books
  • Paperboard Boxes
  • Paper Egg Cartons
  • Paper Milk/Juice Cartons (no Foil Pouches)
  • Phone Books
  • Rigid Plastics
  • Shredded Paper (must be in clean plastic bags)
  • White or Pastel Office Paper


Unacceptable Items:

  • Ceramics
  • Diapers
  • Drinking Glasses
  • Hangers
  • Hard Back Books
  • Hazardous or Bio-Hazardous Waste
  • Hoses, Ropes, Wire,Cords, Chain or Cable
  • Light Bulbs
  • Mirrors
  • Napkins
  • Needles or Syringes
  • Paper-To-Go Containers
  • Paper Ream Wrappers
  • Paper Towels
  • Plastic 6-Pack Holders
  • Plastic Bags
  • Plastic Microwave Trays
  • Plates PVC Pipes
  • Pyrex

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