Litter and Waste Information for Residents
When it comes to litter and waste, there are a variety of resources available to Chester County residents. This includes the Chester County Solid Waste Authority, the Southeastern Chester County Refuse Authority (SECCRA), and the Chester County Solid Waste Management. Check out the following resources for more information about how to properly dispose of litter and waste in Chester County!
Chester County Solid Waste Authority
The Chester County Solid Waste Authority is the owner and operator of the Lanchester Landfill, which services 49 municipalities in Chester County.
- Chester County Solid Waste Authority Website
- Fact Sheet (Spring 2022)
- Recycling Information
- Lanchester Landfill Service Area Zero Waste Plan
Southeastern Chester County Refuse Authority (SECCRA)
The Southeastern Chester County Refuse Authority (SECCRA) is a non-profit municipal authority formed in 1968 to provide waste management to 24 member municipalities with over 105,000 residents. The Authority operates the SECCRA landfill, which is located in London Grove Township.
Chester County Solid Waste Management
Through the Solid Waste Management program, mandated by PA Act 101, the Chester County Health Department serves as the coordinator between the County Commissioners and the two landfill authorities (Lanchester and SECCRA). They develop, implement and monitor the Solid Waste Plan for Chester County, which ensures 10 years of available capacity at the two landfills, which receive all waste produced in Chester County.