WHO IS MY GARBAGE HAULER?
Ebensburg Borough contracts out garbage pick-up in the borough to one hauler. Pro Disposal is the collection agency. Residents living south of High Street will have garbage collected on Thursdays. Residents living north of High Street will have garbage collected on Fridays (Starting 1/1/18) . Garbage is billed bi-monthly with your water and sewer bill. View current rates here.
For more information call the borough office at (814) 472-8780.
Pro Disposal Inc.: 814-736-3631 – View Attachment for more information
ARE THERE RECYCLING FACILITIES AVAILABLE?
Curbside recycling will be picked up weekly with trash.
Materials included in Ebensburg’s residential recycling program:
Steel & Bi-metallic Cans
Plastics (#1 through #7)
Cardboard (cereal and food boxes, gift boxes, etc.)
Corrugated Boxes (moving boxes, packing boxes, etc.)
Newspaper – stack and tie with string or place in a paper bag or a container of its own. DO NOT put in plastic bags or mix loose newspaper with other recyclables.
ALL items must be placed in blue recycling containers for pick-up; DO NOT put recyclables in PLASTIC BAGS
Ebensburg Borough is not large enough to be required to have a recycling program, but instead does so voluntarily. Free recycling containers are available at the borough office for those wishing to participate.
The closest drop-off site is located on Manor Drive, next to Lions ballpark and near Lake Rowena. For other recycling options, please contact the Cambria County recycling office at (814) 472-2109 or visit www.cambriarecycles.org
WHEN CAN I BURN IN THE BOROUGH?
Open burning is permitted in Ebensburg within the borough on Tuesdays between 8 AM and 5 PM, and on Saturday morning between 8 AM and 12 noon. All fires must be contained in a receptacle designed for burning.
WHERE CAN I RECYCLE ELECTRONICS, ETC?
Check out the Cambria County Solid Waste Authority website for more information on recycling household items.
WHERE CAN I RECYCLE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW)?
WHERE CAN I RECYCLE EXPIRED/UNUSED MEDICATION?
If you have prescription or over-the-counter and other unused medicines, drop boxes are a safe, effective and environmentally-friendly way to dispose of them. There are several drop boxes conveniently located in Ebensburg at the following locations:
Cambria County Courthouse, 200 S. Center Street, Ebensburg
Pennsylvania State Police, 100 Casale Court, Ebensburg
Cambria Township Municipal Building, 184 Municipal Road, Ebensburg
WHERE CAN I RECYCLE USED TIRES?
SPRING CLEANUP INFORMATION
Spring Clean-Up is scheduled for Thursday, April 30 and Friday, May 1, 2020.