The Kennett Township Recycling Center is located at the Township Maintenance Garage, 557 Bayard Road, between Rosedale and Hillendale Roads.
The recycling and yard waste center is open dawn to dusk Monday through Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to dusk.
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Program
What Can Be Recycled?
The Recycling Center on Bayard Road now takes plastic containers No's 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7. All recycling is now commingled or "Single Stream," which means that all recycling, with the exception of shredded paper, can be collected in a single collection box. Aluminum, Metal Food Containers, Glass, Plastic Bottles, and Paper Products can be recycled at the Kennett Township Recycling Center. View the Southeastern Chester County Refuse Authority website for single stream recycling items.
Please note most plastic cups and caps off of water bottles and Styrofoam can not be recycled.
Yard waste can be deposited into the yard waste area at the Township Garage, please follow signs, no contractors.
Yard Waste, Major Appliances, Tires, and Used Motor Oil, etc. can be recycled at:
- Southeastern Chester County Refuse Authority (SECCRA)
- 219 Street Road
- West Grove, PA 19390
- Phone: 610-869-2452
- Chester County Solid Waste Authority (CCSWA)
- 7224 Division Highway (RT 322)
- Narvon, PA 17555
- Phone: 800-626-0067
Materials Available for Residents
The Township often has wood chips, stone dust and millings available for delivery to residents. If you are interested please contact the maintenance garage at 610-444-5130.
COMMERCIAL, MUNICIPAL AND INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
All recyclables which are required to be kept separate in commercial, municipal, and institutional establishments and properties and community activities pursuant to the separation of materials section of the Township Ordinance, shall either be delivered directly to a recycling center, or shall be picked up by a recyclable collection permittee or a registered hauler separately from municipal waste, in a prearranged manner. If any recyclables are picked up by a recyclable collection permittee, then all recyclables generated at the property shall be made available to such recyclable collection permittee for collection. Commercial, municipal, and institutional establishments and community activities shall not place recyclables within the public right-of-way for curbside collection, such curbside collection being intended solely for the placement of recyclables generated in residential properties other than multi-family housing properties.
Now Available at the Kennett Township Recycling Center: Scrap Metal Recycling!
Yes! You can now recycle old refrigerators, washers, dryers, hot water heaters, outdoor grills! Just put them in the scrap metal bin!