Pike cancels recycling program; costs are prohibitive
But at least one person thought the state might not let the county end the program. “I’m not sure the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Conservation will allow this without the county presenting a plan, which they have not done as yet,” Troiano said.
Caridi announced that signs have been installed at recycling sites informing all residents of the closing date. Moreover, after closure, the sites will be monitored for one month to assist with the removal of any illegal dumping.