An aerial view of C.D.R
shows the transfer station
where general debris is
dumped inside the building
and processed, sorting out
all recyclable materials.

All recyclable yard waste,
wood and clean fill is
dumped outside and then
transferred out to be

C.D.R. is a trash transfer station located in Southampton, PA just outside of Philadelphia.  
Established in 1990 and recently expanded, we can accept debris from commercial
haulers and residents with any size load accepted (please see our materials page to see
what materials are not accepted).

Permitted to accept up to 600 tons per day in our facility,  more than 250 residents and
commercial haulers use our service daily.  Each vehicle is weighed by our certified
electronic scale which records the amount of waste being discarded.  After being
weighed the vehicle will then pass through our radiation detector which will pick out any
contaminated load that may be hazardous to our environment.

In addition, as the loads are being dumped, our friendly staff will sort out any material that
can be recycled (including: metal, cardboard, clean fill, clean wood and yard waste),
minimizing the amount of waste being taken to landfills.
C.D.R., INC.
Construction, Demolition, Recycling, Inc.
1060 Industrial Boulevard
Southampton, PA 18966
Phone - 215.322.2372   -   Fax  -  215.322.8266

  • All loaded trucks pull onto the scale.
  • Wait for the green light that is to the right, above the office.
  • Pull around, back up to curb and park.
  • Enter building on signal from our plant workers.
  • Scale out and park.
  • Proceed into office

  • Please be careful when loading clean fill such as concrete and dirt as they weigh
    heavy and are more likely to exceed your vehicles weight capacity.
  • For faster and easier unloading, please try to have your recyclable material
    separated before arrival.
  • Always be aware of workers, machines and other customers when entering,
    unloading and exiting the plant.
  • The speed limit on the premises is 5 m.p.h.
  • No Smoking in plant or and unloading area.
  • Hours may change upon extremely inclement snow or ice....please call first.
  • It is a state law...subject to fines by police...that all loads must be secured and

Disposing of Hazardous Materials:
  • Always check with your township.  Townships sometimes hold a day for residents to dispose of hazardous
    household materials
  • The PADEP Recycling Hotline
  • Bucks County Planning Commission for disposal suggestions

Dumpster delivery to your site:
  • Tinari Container Service