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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Collection Update: Fourth of July Holiday 2015

Saturday, July 4th, 2015: All Penn Waste routes will be operating on schedule during the Fourth of July Holiday. Please place your trash and recycling curbside for your regular collection day.

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

Want to stay up to date on our recycling tips and collection updates? Be sure to follow our Facebook and Twitter pages. Please check us out on Pinterest for these updates as well.

If you have not done so already, consider signing up for our E-News Updates to receive recycling suggestions and collection updates directly to your e-mail inbox.

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Take a Tour of our New Recycling Facility

Want to see our new recycle facility? We have created a tour of our new Material Recovery Facility so all of our customers can see what happens to their recyclables once it comes to our facility. Please check out the tour below.

Be sure to stay up to date with all things recycling and collection updates by signing up for our E-News Updates. Consider following us on Facebook and Twitter to receive updates on your news feeds. We also use Pinterest and Google+ if you are active on those sites.

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Penn Waste Opens One of the Largest Recycle Facilities in the Nation

The new recycle facility will be the most progressive of its kind in south central PA


Penn Waste, a locally-owned and operated waste and recycling company, is pleased to announce the opening of our new 96,000 square foot state-of —the-art recycling facility in Manchester, PA. The new center expanded Penn Waste’s recycling capabilities, cementing Penn Waste’s position as a cutting-edge leader in the waste and recycle industry in Pennsylvania. The new recycling facility is one of the largest in the nation. Read more…

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What do I do with my Electronic Waste?

e-waste-recyclingDid you know that by law, Penn Waste is not allowed to collect your electronic waste that you place at the curb? As of January 24, 2013, Penn Waste has not collected any electronic waste that may have been placed out for collection.

The law that mandates this is the Covered Devices Recycling Act. This act prohibits residents and businesses from placing their electronic waste at the curb or in their trash.

What is considered electronic waste? Read more…

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