So it finally happened. Your trusted TV has finally “kicked the bucket” or maybe your old laptop’s hard drive finally gave up. Not only do you have to find some way to replace it, it is important to remember that you cannot throw these items away in your regular trash collection. Don’t worry though; there are other ways to dispose of this material. Keep reading for more information! Read more…Continue Reading
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Have you ever looked around your office and thought: “I really need to get rid of some of this junk”? We all have had those moments when your desk appears cluttered, and in order to be more productive, it may be time to get rid of a few unnecessary items. Rather than throwing all of these items in your trash can, why not find out if they are recyclable? You may be surprised at some of the items that you have around that are actually recyclable; keep reading to find out more! Read more…Continue Reading
In case it slipped your mind, today is Business After Hours and we are hosting it at Penn Waste’s Corporate Office! Starting at 5 p.m. York County Economic Alliance members that have already registered for this event are welcome to come to Penn Waste and mix and mingle with the local business community. There will be hors d’oeuvres and drinks, as well as door prizes sponsored by Northwest Savings and Penn Waste!
Do you have any questions about our facilities, residential or commercial services? Although we will not be doing tours or our facilities, we will have numerous Penn Waste representatives in attendance to answer any questions you may have.
To learn more about all of our services, please browse our website! If you would like to learn more about recycling, please visit our recycling page located here, or like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
We look forward to seeing you tonight at our Corporate Office!Continue Reading
Did you know that Penn Waste accepts all of your recycling in one bin? If it is recyclable, you are able to put all of these items in one collection container. These items include:
- Paper, Paperboard and Cardboard
For more information on the different types of items that are recyclable, please look through our Recycle Guidelines. Included is a full list of the types of recyclable material, as well as tips to maximize your recycle bin space and how to minimize the amount of contaminated recyclables in your recycle bin.
We recently released a segment on WGAL and Fox 43 that highlights how our single stream recycling works. Please check out the video below.
For any other questions or recycling tips, please be sure to brows our website, www.pennwaste.com.Continue Reading