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Resident Bulk Disposal Sticker Application

Bulk Drop Information & 2024 Disposal Days

How It Works
In an effort to relieve the pressures of storing unwanted bulk items on your property, Delaware Township has initiated a program to meet the needs of our residents.  You may bring your unwanted bulk items the First and Third Saturday of each month from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to the recycling station located at 145 Wilson Hill Road (behind the ball field #4).  You may pay by cash or check.  Checks are to be made payable to “Delaware Township.”  NO TRAILERS ALLOWED.  Resident registration is required with the Township Office prior to using bulk disposal.


Steel, Aluminum, Propane Tanks, Washers, Dryers, Heaters, Sofas, Chairs, Etc….We also provide an area to dispose of branches, leaves and other mulch products.

WE CANNOT ACCEPT items that contain FREON such as motor vehicle air conditioners, household refrigerators, freezers, window air conditioners, water coolers, vending machines, icemakers, and dehumidifiers.

As of January 24, 2013, THE TOWNSHIP CANNOT ACCEPT ELECTRONIC DEVICES such as desktop and laptop computers, monitors and peripherals including printers, keyboards and mouses, and tablets like iPads and Kindles, as well as televisions with viewable screens larger than four inches. The devices contain potentially hazardous heavy metals that make landfilling undesirable and potentially dangerous to the environment.

As of January 28, 2015, THE TOWNSHIP WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT TIRES (with or without rims) AND BATTERIES.

As of January 10, 2024, costs for bulk disposal have changed, please the see chart below:

Auto Trunk Load                   $25.00
Mini Van/SUV                       $40.00
Small Pick Up Truck             $65.00
Pick Up Truck                       $90.00
Appliances:                           $25.00 each
Leaves & Debris:                  Free
No trailers allowed - no exceptions.

For the safety of residents and Delaware Township employees, please adhere to the following:

1) All lumber must be cut down to 5ft length;  any exposed nails or screws should cut off or bent.
2) Small equipment mowers/weedwhackers or any other machines must be drained oil and gas.
3) large household items such as tables, dresser’s, exercising machines should be broken down.
4) Mattress/box springs must be covered with plastic.
5) toilets and sinks must be wrapped in plastic.

Pike County Residential Recycling Services Guide
"Green" Painting Tips
"Green" Cleaning Tips
Household Hazardous Waste
Safe Disposal Procedures for Household Appliances that use Freon