Programs And Services
Ten Year Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan
The County has developed and implemented a ten-year Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan to assure capacity for municipal solid waste generated in the county for a ten-year period. In addition to the capacity assurances, the plan identified a comprehensive integrated municipal waste management system for our county for the identified ten year period.
Beaver County Recycling Center
Visit our recycling center located off Rt. 51 in Brady's Run Park (3rd left after entering the park). Click here for information on the hours of operation, a more exact location, and material accepted.
Paper Recycling Program
Paper Recycling Program
(May be dropped off at Brady's Run or Green & Yellow Paper Retriever Bin locations)
- Cereal/Tissue/Beverage boxes
- Junk Mail, Phone Books
- Mixed Paper
- Shredded Paper (Place in Plastic Bag)
Click here for more details.
Note: Bins are located throughout the county
Backyard Compost Program
Interested in learning how to begin a back-yard compost pile? For information, call Penn State Agriculture at (724) 774-3003.
Drop-off Brush and Grass Clippings at the Brady's Run recycling Center.
Call for updated disposal fees.
Brady's Run Park
Brighton Township, PA
Penn State Extension
1000 Third Street
Beaver, PA 15009-2026
Municipal and Commercial Compost Program
Beaver County operates a Composting Land Application Program for municipal and commercial level participation. The program provides for beneficial use of organic yard waste through a user fee based program. Finished compost is available. Lab analysis for this year’s compost
Contact our office for a program booklet and further detailed information.
Waste Oil and Anti-Freeze Recycling
Attention: Do-It-Yourself Oil Changers of Beaver County
- Used Oil Can Pollute Our Environment
- Recycling Oil Protects the Environment and Saves Resource
Both used motor oil and used anti-freeze are collected at our Brady's Run Recycling Center during normal operating hours.
Used Automobile Motor Oil from residential sources will be accepted AT NO CHARGE for recycling at the Beaver County Recycling Center, LIMIT: 5 gallons per household per day
Used Antifreeze from residential sources will be accepted for a fee at the Beaver County Recycling Center, NO LIMITS
For more information on how to dispose of these and other hazardous wastes, visit the Southwestern PA Household Hazardous Waste Task Force website.
Act 101 / Section 902 Recycling Grant Application Assistance
Our office is available to assist municipalities with the submittal of this 90% reimbursement grant for recycling program equipment and developmental activities.
Evaluating Waste Collection Programs
We have technicians available to tour your facility and propose recommendations to make your waste disposal program more effective and cost-efficient!