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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Support Small Businesses this Saturday

SmallBusinessSaturdayWe hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday as much as we did! If you are planning on holiday shopping this weekend, Penn Waste would like to remind you that Small Business Saturday is tomorrow. By patronizing local businesses you are directly support your community’s core economy. Please consider intentionally making at least one purchase at a locally owned businesses this Saturday, November 30th.

Want to find a great shop to visit? Visit this map and begin the search for great local businesses! For more information on great local businesses, please check out the Buy Local Coalition!

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Holiday Cooking & Recycling – Metals

IMG_20131125_101911_905It’s almost here. Thanksgiving is Thursday! Have you begun your shopping yet? If you have, did you know that there are plenty of packaging products that may be recycled? If you haven’t already completed your shopping, be sure to look out for some of the products listed below! For more information on recycling with your holiday cooking, keep reading! Read more…

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Collection Update: Thanksgiving Holiday Collection

Thanksgiving Day Holiday Collection Schedule

Thursday 11/28/13


Due to the Thanksgiving Day Holiday, all regular Penn Waste trash and recycling collections will be delayed one (1) day. Thursday customers will be collected on Friday. Friday customers will be collected on Saturday. All collections on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be picked up on the regularly scheduled day.

Penn Waste wishes all our customers a safe and happy holiday.

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Holiday Cooking & Recycling – Plastics

IMG_20131114_132452_101We are all getting ready for the big day, Thanksgiving. Whether you are just now shopping or you are planning out what you want to buy in a week or two, be sure to think about what you are going to do with the packaging of those products. There are so many of these items that are actually recyclable, and we are going to help you distinguish which ones are recyclable and which ones are not. This week we are focusing on plastics used during your holiday cooking, so keep reading for more information! Read more…

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