Our recycling program is a "single stream" process.
What does this mean for you? It means it is even easier for you to be kind to the environment and recycle - NO SORTING! That's right, your plastics, glass, cans, magazines and newspapers can all go into the same containers to be sorted through an automated system at its final stop.
We are also accepting additional plastics - #3's through #7's. (Look on the bottom of the container)
We would ask that you place the corrugated cardboard in the trailer marked for such, and that you support various non-profit organizations by placing your aluminum cans in the blue bins as marked. If you have any question on this process, pleases call the office at 570-759-2733.
North Centre Township is proud to offer a recycling program for it's residents. This non-profit endeavor of Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling cuts down on the amount of raw material needed to create new products, lessening the overall impact on natural resources. And by sending less material to landfills, we can put a dent in the amount of trash Americans produce each day: enough to fill the New Orleans Superdome top to bottom, twice a day!
We accept the following items in our recycling program.
We also accept #3 - #7 plastics!
Recycling fun facts: It takes 95 percent less energy to make an aluminum can out of recycled aluminum than out of raw virgin materials. Making glass from recycled material allows manufacturers to run their furnaces at lower temperatures, also saving energy.
The Historical Society meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Township Building at 7:00PM. The current officer's of the society are: Charles Knorr, President Carl Podinesek, Vice President Gerald John, Public Relations Pam John, Treasurer Debbie Podlinsek Secretary
Click here to view a presentation on a small part of the History of North Centre Township.
Old Ebenezer Cemetery
The following are direct links to the listing of those buried at the three Township owned cemeteries. There are some very interesting facts and a lot of history contained in the following links. See what awesome details you can discover!
Bower: William C. W. (Veteran); Sarah, John, Sadie, children of William & Sarah, Mary, Ida, Mary w/o Alfred
Remley: Henry, Hannah, Hannah C., Fannie, children of Levi & Mary, Susan, Amos
Whitmire: William, Sarah, Rev. William, Mary (Roup) Whitmire, Mahlon S.
Evans: Catherine, Sophia E.,
Roup: Jacob, Nancy
Civil War Veterans: Romick, Sponenberger, Lewis
Single Graves: Cox, Gye, Hayman, Hill, Johnson, Lynn, Martz, Muffley, Rinard, Shaffer, Shannon
Names of people on previous list that were not found: Erwin, Margaret and her daughter Mary, “Shaffer Girl”, Jacob Roup, Salom Roup, Verge Bower.
Loyd Whitmire is buried in the “New” Ebenezer Cemetery
The Cemetery Committee is in search of some additional volunteers! If you are interested in helping out occasionally or on a regular basis, please call the Township building or just show up on any (non-rainy) Tuesday at the Township Building at 9 am.
Natural Park & Community Day
The bathroom facilities are removed for the winter. Please carry out any garbage you may have and be sure to keep pets leashed at all times.
Next meeting for the Park Committee: February 20, 2017 3:30pm at the Township Building. Workday : TBA
Orangeville Public Library
News from the Orangeville Public Library… The Orangeville Public Library is excited to be celebrating our 90th anniversary this year! We will be holding an ice cream social on Friday, August 11th to celebrate! See our web site for more information. We have started a book club which meets on the second Tuesday each month at 6 p.m. For children, our Summer Reading program - The Great Outdoors - will be held Tuesday mornings beginning on June 13th. This fun time of stories, crafts and games is for children aged 3 through 10 years. (The preschoolers will meet separately.) Please call or stop by the library to sign up for these or other activities. We are free to all North Centre Township residents and would love to see you!
The Orangeville Library is pleased to announce that we have new computers for public use at the library thanks to generous donations from the Sons of the American Legion in Millville and the Bloomsburg American Legion Post. We are grateful for their support!
We remind you that there is no fee to use the Orangeville Public Library, regardless of your residency, so please come in to see all that we have to offer!