2018 Christmas Tree Recycling Schedule

Lackawanna County residents can take Christmas trees to the Lackawanna Recycling Center @ 3400 Boulevard Avenue in Scranton 18512 during regular business hours.  The center is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 3:15 p.m.  There is no charge during the month of January.   Trees must be free of all decorations and without bags.
Municipal Schedules for Pickup of Trees
Archbald As needed.  Place at curb in January.
Blakely Borough Place at curb in January
Clarks Green January 12th
Dalton Weekly until January 29th
Dickson City Every Monday in January
Dunmore As needed.  Place at curb in January.
Glenburn As needed.  Place at curb in January.
Jermyn Mondays and Wednesdays in January
Mayfield Weekly until January 31st
Moosic Every Thursday and Friday in January
Moscow Drop off at Borough Bldg during January
Olyphant January 8th, 22nd, and 29th
Roaring Brook Mondays:  January 8, 15th and 22nd
Scranton January 8th through end of month
S. Abington Saturday January 20th
Taylor Mondays and Fridays in January
Throop Mondays:  January 8 and 15

Recycling Center Honors Earth Month With Special Electronics Collection

Mother Earth is very important to the Lackawanna County Recycling Center.

In honor of Earth Month and as a way of preserving our environment, the Lackawanna County Recycling Center will be accepting electronic devices free-of-charge during the month of April for Lackawanna County residents and municipalities only.

The $1 per pound fee has been waived for the drop-off of electronics such as televisions, computer monitors, towers, mouse accessories and keyboards, and cell phones.

To qualify for the free drop-off, individuals must show center personnel a photo ID for proof of residency.  Municipalities have to call in advance to drop-off the electronics.

The $1 per pound charge will be in effect for all out-of-county electronics.  Beginning May 2, a fee schedule will be in effect for all in and out-of-county residents and municipalities.


Lackawanna County Commissioners Corey D. O’Brien, Jim Wansacz and Patrick M. O’Malley along with the County’s Office of Environmental Sustainability and the PA DEP will provide Lackawanna County residents with an opportunity to recycle used tires at The Lackawanna County Recycling Center on Boulevard Avenue and collection sites located below. To offset the cost of recycling, $2.00/tire will be collected for passenger tires and $3.00/SUV or pick up tires. All drop-off sites are open to all county residents. TIRES must be off the rim and free of water, mud and debris. This is a residential and non-commercial event. Please phone 570.963.2017 ext 1 or 570.840.3153 with any questions.