2011 Springtown Hill Road
Lower Saucon Township
The Compost Center will be open on Saturday, January 7, 2017, January 14, 2017 and January 21, 2017 for disposal of Christmas trees and yard waste. The dates are subject to change based on the weather.
The official opening for the 2017 season will be Friday, April 21, 2017, and each Friday and Saturday thereafter, through Saturday, November 25, 2017, with the exception of Friday, November 24, 2017 when it will be closed. The center is also closed from Sunday through Thursday during the season.
The guidelines for yard waste drop off will remain the same.
New Hours of Operation
Fridays and Saturdays: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Items NOT Accepted
Compost Center Tips
Municipal mulch is a natural, unprocessed material stored outside. As a result, it may contain allergens, poison ivy, termites and/or carpenter ants and foreign matter. Users should wear proper clothing and protection when handling the mulch.
The Saucon Valley Compost Center makes no guarantee concerning the quality of the mulch, and assumes no liability for injury or property damages as a result of the loading, delivery and/or use of the mulch. Residents who use the mulch do so at their own risk.
Mulch Loading Fee
The fee for mulch loading will continue at $10.00 per scoop (1 scoop equals 1 cubic yard). Checks only, made payable to “Lower Saucon Township”, are accepted for payment of the mulch loading.
Compost Center ID Cards
The laminated multi-year ID card will continue to be used at the Compost Center. Residents who need a new or replacement ID card can pick them up at the Borough or Township offices during regular business hours.
The ID cards should be displayed to the gate attendant when you visit the Compost Center. The card can be used by all members of the residence it is issued to. The Compost Center reserves the right to confirm the identification of the card holder if there is a suspicion that the card is being misused for non-resident or commercial purposes.
Landscaping contractors hired by a resident of Hellertown Borough or Lower Saucon Township may drop off brush/yard waste/leaves only with a signed invoice and/or the resident’s ID card.
Visitors to the Center are reminded that per Pennsylvania State Law all loaded trucks or trailers must be covered with a tarp when traveling on any public road and when dropping off or picking up materials at the compost center.
The Saucon Valley Compost Center is recruiting volunteers to assist with the future operation of the Center. Due to municipal funding limits, the operating days/hours of the Compost Center cannot be extended beyond the current schedule at this time. However, expanded schedules could be considered in the future if an adequate number of volunteers step forward to assist the facility staff.
If you are interested in volunteering your time to help out at the Center, please contact the Township Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or the
Borough Manager at email@example.com
Training and equipment will be provided to all volunteers.