As part of its commitment to Environmental Stewardship, the North Penn Water Authority encourages everyone to refill from the tap to reduce plastic waste, and to dispose of medications, hazardous household waste and electronics safely.
To learn how refilling from the tap helps protect the environment, click here.
For information about MedReturn, a year-round prescription drug collection program, click here.
To find dates and locations for Bucks County Household Hazardous Waste Collection, click here. For Montgomery County Household Hazardous Waste Collection events, please click here; for paper shredding events, click here; and for tire collection events, click here.
Montgomery County is no longer able to hold electronic collection events. For more information on drop off locations, click here. Below are places where you can take certain electronics:
Best Buy and Staples run year-round recycling programs, some for a fee or as a trade-in. For the most current recycling information, click here to go to the Best Buy site or click here to go to the Staples site for details.
If you have any questions about recycling in Montgomery County, please contact the Montgomery County Recycling Line at 610-278-3618.
North Penn Water Authority is proud to work with local watershed groups on protecting water quality. To learn more about how the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association (WVWA) works to protect the Wissahickon Creek, click here, and to learn more about the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy (PWC), click here.
For more ways to help protect the environment, contact your local watershed group. To find a link to the group in your area, click here.