Recycle / Reuse Options Around Hampton
Do you have items at home that could be reused / repurposed, you don't want to throw away in the trash and cannot be recycled as part of the Township's / Waste Management's recycling program? The following is a list of options around Hampton Township for such items:
- Hampton Township Police Department Lobby: Accepts medications
- Pennsylvania Resource Council / Zero Waste Pittsburgh: Visit https://prc.org/ for information on conservation workshops including composting and collection events including ReuseFest. Information on reducing junk mail and other recycling ideas and events are also available here.
- Brother's Brother: https://brothersbrother.org/join/donations/in-kind/ Accepts walkers, manual wheelchairs, bedside commodes, canes, crutches, shower chairs, hospital beds, etc.
- Construction Junction: https://www.cjreuse.org/ Accepts building materials in good condition.
- Salvation Army: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/
- AMVETS: https://pickupplease.org/ or 1-800-775-VETS(8387). They pick up items at your home! Accepts clothing, draperies, toys, games, bikes, tools and books.
- Thrivent Community - Three Rivers: 412-348-0304 Accepts bikes that they in turn refurbish and distribute to people in low income areas.
- Free Ride: https://freeridepgh.org/ A non-profit recycle a bike shop that enables people of all ages to obtain, recycle and maintain bicycles.
- JT Tire: 412-486-3997. Accepts used tires for a fee.
- Appliance Warehouse: 1-800-GO-FREON. Allegheny County residents can recycle appliances that are Freon-based such as refrigerators and water heaters. Items can be dropped off at the Lawrenceville location at 73 McCandless Avenue free of charge. You can also schedule a pickup at your home for a fee.
- JW Marshall Scrap Metals: 724-898-2010. Accepts scrap metal at their plant on Route 8 north in Valencia.
- Styrofoam Recycling: The Shipping Depot in Shoppers Plaza on Route 8 accepts clean packing peanuts. Appliance Warehouse (412-381-8800) accepts clean, white Styrofoam that has never been used for food or drink.
- Giant Eagle: Recycle your plastic grocery bags here.