The township also received a $348 bid from Eastern Waste Industries of Honey Brook and a $333 bid from Twin County Disposal of Honey Brook.
Township officials discussed providing residents with "West Caln" vehicle stickers to deter people who live outside the township from using the trash site.
In other business, the board discussed a request - submitted by Spring Run Estates Mobile Home Park to the state Department of Environmental Resources - to revise the township's Sewage Facility Plan.
If the request were granted, sewage would be transported from the proposed 285-unit development on Telegraph Road and disposed of in the West Branch of Brandywine Creek.
Board members said they opposed the plan because sewer pipes from the development would cross township roads and private property. They also worried about further pollution of the creek.
In addition, board members said Spring Run Estates' 100 acres could support only 165 units because of the property's limited groundwater supply and
because a larger development could encroach on federally protected wetlands.
Township solicitor William R. Keen Jr. recently sent a letter to the DER, requesting that it investigate the proposal further and hold a fact-finding hearing.
In an effort to save money, the board agreed to buy a new police car from the state.
The money, about $15,000, will come from the township's capital-reserve fund, said township manager Gary L. Dunlap.
The township has one police car, bought in 1984.
"I wouldn't want to get into a fast pursuit with our (present) car," joked Dunlap.