Collection Update: 4th of July Holiday: Collection Update: 4th of July Holiday – Tuesday 7/4/17 – Due to the 4th of July holiday, all collections will be delayed one day. Read our blog post for more information.
ATTENTION FAWN GROVE BOROUGH RESIDENTS – Due to the July 4th Holiday and parade on Saturday, July 8, 2017, Borough Residents are asked to have their recyclables curbside by 6:00 a.m. for pickup.
We are excited to announce Penn Waste is the recipient of the 2015 Governor’s Impact Award for Community Impact in the South Central Pennsylvania region. A community’s success is dependent upon everyone working together — businesses, local governments, and individuals — to ensure a prosperous economy for all.
The Penn Waste Team is committed to providing you with the best customer service. Rising before dawn to pick up your trash and recyclables, ensuring your neighborhoods are clean. Read more…
Residential Customers: Due to the Memorial Day Holiday, all regular Penn Waste trash and recycling collections will be delayed one (1) day. Monday customers will be collected on Tuesday; Tuesday customers will be collected on Wednesday, and so on for the remainder of the week through Saturday.
Penn Waste wishes all of our customers a safe and happy holiday.
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Now that spring is here, you may have needed to mow your lawn at least once so far. Did you know that you can actually recycle your grass? It is a technique called “grasscycling”.
Grass clippings and other yard debris account for a large percentage of solid waste in landfills. Although we do not utilize any landfills, we encourage customers to divert as much solid waste as possible from the waste stream. By developing practices such as grasscycling, recycling and composting, you can lower the amount of waste you place at the curb weekly. Read more…