Due to severe weather conditions, all Penn Waste operations will be operating on a two-hour delay on Wednesday to ensure the safety of our dedicated team members.
Furthermore, as a result of the closure on Tuesday caused by inclement weather, our collection schedule for the remainder of this week will experience a one-day delay. Please note the following adjustments:
Tuesday customers will now be serviced on Wednesday
Wednesday customers will now be serviced on Thursday
Subsequent days will follow suit, with collection extending until Saturday
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. At Penn Waste, the well-being our dedicated crews is our utmost priority.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this time.
Christmas and New Year’s Day Holiday Collection Schedule: Wednesday 12/25/13 and Wednesday 01/01/14
Due to the Christmas and New Year Holidays, all regular Penn Waste trash and recycling collections will be delayed one (1) day. Wednesday customers will be collected on Thursday and so on for the remainder of the week through Saturday. All collections on Monday and Tuesday will be picked up on the regularly scheduled day.
New Salem Borough: Effective 01/01/14, Penn Waste will begin servicing your borough. Your service day is changing to Wednesday. Please see service schedule notice above.
Penn Waste wishes all our customers a joyous holiday season.
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Did you know that Fedex is estimating that they will ship 85 million packages this week? On Cyber Monday alone, they expect to ship more than 22 million packages. So your package arrives and you open it to make sure all of your order is accounted for. What do you do with your cardboard box? Be sure to recycle it this year!
Here at Penn Waste, we accept any size and any quantity of cardboard. Aside from this we accept an unlimited amount of recyclables curbside. Here are some tips to ensure that you are recycling cardboard to your fullest potential: Read more…