WILLIAMSPORT, PA
  • 201 Hepburn Street
    Williamsport, PA 17701

  • T: 570.323.9494
    F: 570.323.1090

  • SCALE HOURS:
    Mon-Fri: 7AM – 4PM
    Sat: 8AM -11:30AM

HANOVER, PA
  • 213 Poplar Street
    Hanover, PA 17331

  • T: 717.646.0951
    F: 717.646.0954

  • SCALE HOURS:
    Mon-Fri: 8AM – 4PM
    Sat: 8AM – 11:30AM

ELMIRA, NY
  • 104 E. Woodlawn Ave.
    Elmira, NY14902

  • T: 607.733.6531
    F: 607.733.6532

  • SCALE HOURS:
    Mon-Fri: 8AM – 5PM
    Sat: 8AM – NOON

Excluded Items

Learn What Items We Must Exclude To Comply With Regulations.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS

Affirming our support of and compliance with Federal and State environmental and hazardous substance regulations and employee “right to know” laws, NO Staiman Recycling facility will accept the following items:

  • Closed containers of any type
  • All scrap pipe used for hydraulic fracturing with detonating charges
  • Cans and/or any other containers suspected of containing liquid, powder, gases, fumes, etc., that may be considered hazardous or potentially hazardous
  • Metallic scrap contaminated with hazardous substances or hazardous materials
  • Transformers of any type without documentation stating that they are empty and do not contain PCBs
  • Liquids or fluids, except for batteries that are in good condition
  • Cracked or leaking batteries
  • Nickel-cadmium batteries
  • Alkaline batteries
  • Switches or other equipment containing liquid mercury
  • Equipment containing pressurized refrigerant gases such as CFCs or HCFCs
  • Radioactive materials or radioactively contaminated materials
  • Compressors (unless removed from appliances)
  • Asbestos-containing materials
  • Any PCB-containing or PCB-contaminated equipment, piping, storage vessels, or other materials
  • Metal materials with significant non-metal materials loosely associated (not an incorporated part of the recyclable metal material). Examples include:
    • Glass
    • Plastic
    • Concrete
    • Bricks
    • Soil
    • Insulation
  • Residual waste as defined in the Pennsylvania Residual Waste Regulations
  • Hazardous waste as defined in the Pennsylvania Hazardous Waste Regulations
  • Microwave Ovens
  • All fluorescent fixtures (unless ballasts, bulbs, and mercury switches have been removed)
  • Military scrap (i.e., projectiles, shell casings, etc.) that is not de-activated and certified.
  • Hospital/medical scrap (unless written certification indicates that this material is free of radioactive material)
  • Computer Monitors
  • Televisions
  • Lead dust

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