When Does the Saucon Valley Compost Center Open?

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The entrance to the Saucon Valley Compost Center on Springtown Hill Road in Lower Saucon Township (FILE PHOTO)

Spring is almost here, and so is the opening of the Saucon Valley Compost Center for its 2018 season.
The compost center is located at 2011 Springtown Hill Road, Lower Saucon Township, and will be open on the following Saturdays: April 7April 14, and April 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The official opening for the 2018 season will be on FridayApril 27, 2018.
The Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Friday and Saturday thereafter, through  Saturday, Nov. 24 with the exception of FridayNov. 23, when it will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday. The center is closed Sunday through Thursday during the season.
The center is open to residents of both the township and Hellertown borough.
Residents who need a new or replacement laminated ID card can pick them up at their respective municipal building during regular business hours.
For more information on compost center guidelines, materials accepted, materials not accepted, free mulch and more, visit the Lower Saucon Township website.

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About Josh Popichak
Josh Popichak

Josh Popichak is a journalist and publisher who is passionate about providing an open online platform and advocating for independent, local news. He has covered news--first in print, later online--in the Saucon Valley area of eastern Pennsylvania since 2005. In addition to writing extensively about local issues, he uses Facebook, Instagram and other social media to help personalize and broaden awareness of topics affecting the communities he covers. He also manages the Facebook pages for several local businesses as part of his business, Saucon Source LLC. He is a 1999 graduate of Bates College, where he was a history major and arts editor for the student newspaper.

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