The center will be under 24/7 video surveillance and the county will enforce anti-dumping regulations.
While the county oversees its recycling center, the communities choose to increase enforcement and rules on their composting sites.
The sites offer the residents of these communities opportunities to clear leaves and undergrowth as well as to collect mulch, tanners and compost. At all locations, rubbish, grass, stones, bricks and other building rubble are not allowed to be deposited in composting areas. Tree stumps and large branches are often not accepted in composting areas.
Here’s a look at the compost sites in Cumberland County:
Camp Hill District: The site is located at 422 S. 24th St. and is free to district residents. The residents have to load the materials themselves. The district can close the facility at any time to process or transport material.
Carlisle District: The site is on Post Road and is open from late March to mid-December with various spring / summer and fall times. The site is free for residents of the district who must present ID to use the facility. Commercial and industrial contractors are allowed to use the site for an annual fee of $ 800.
East Pennsboro Township: The location is at 750 S. Humer St., Enola and access cards are used to enter the location. Maps cost $ 10 for township residents who need to load materials themselves. The website is open from March 1st to December 31st. Commercial landscapers can purchase access cards for $ 800 if based in East Pennsboro or for $ 1,200 if outside of the community.