MISC:Car batteries, Ink cartridges & toner, vehicles: running or not
PRODUCTS WITH A FEE:Computer Monitors - $3, Printers - $2, Dishwashers - $3, Vacuums and shampooers - $3, Small electronics: radios, hair dryers, mixers, etc. - $2, Televisions: small- up to 25” - $3, Large– 26” and up - $5
We are very sorry that we can no longer accept paint and paint cans with paint in them
WE RECYCLE PRODUCTS THAT CONTAIN FREON FREE OF CHARGE! Air Conditioners, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Dehumidifiers, Freezers
We are licensed to recycle these refrigeration products. We remove the Freon and disassemble the units. Other recyclers charge for this service! These proceeds provide vital assistance programs for families in our community.
WE ALSO OFFER CONFIDENTIAL PAPER SHREDDING SERVICES. Call for more information.
HandUP Recycling Center 275 Mahoning Street Milton, PA 17847
Please be safe while walking at night and wear light color clothing or reflective material.
The Borough of Shamokin Dam will now accept credit/debit card payments. Go to the Sewer & Water tab and follow directions to pay your bill online!
Information regarding the Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation Project can be viewed on the csvt.com website.
2016 FIRE PROTECTION TAX
Shamokin Dam Borough residents & businesses will notice a change in their 2016 real estate bill. The 2015 tax rate was a flat 11.5 millage rate, which 2 mills of real estate were designated for fire protection. In the fall of 2015, due to the increasing costs to operate fire & emergency services, Borough Council restructured the real estate tax system. The restructuring appears on your tax bill as 10 mils real estate tax and 3 mils as fire protection. Total millage is 13.00, an increase of 1.5 mills. The tax structure is reviewed on an annual basis during the budget planning process.
Grass Clippings may be taken to 910 W 11th Avenue near Miller Drive look for sign!
PANDA HUMMEL STATION POWER PLANT
The proposed natural gas fired power plant at the former Sunbury Generation plant site is now under construction. The construction from start to finish will take approximately two years. Along with a construction project of this size, there will be increased traffic near the site, especially along the old trail. There also will be a steady flow of deliveries to the site, some in the form of “super loads”, which are very large special permitted type loads, some in excess of 500,000 lbs (250 tons). There has been a community information contact system setup for any questions or concerns.