Due to COVID19 restrictions, we are not accepting visitors at our offices during this time.
We also have limited personnel in the office. We are not currently accepting payments in person. If you need to make a payment, please visit www.PennWaste.com to pay your bill online or mail it to Penn Waste, Inc., PO Box 3066, York, PA 17402.
If you need to reach our Customer Service Department, please call 717-767-4456 or send an email to email@example.com.
We appreciate your understanding while we all navigate the COVID19 pandemic.
We would like to take the time to congratulate Eric Sentz, our Chief Financial Officer, on being a finalist in Central Penn Business Journal’s Financial Executive of the Year for 2015. Every year, the Central Penn Business Journal recognizes the hard work that financial officers dedicate to their companies, industries and communities.
Eric Sentz has been with Penn Waste since 2009 and boasts a lifelong career in the waste management industry. Since 1985, Eric has held various positions in the waste industry – from financial controller to CFO at several major waste management companies. Please join us in celebrating Eric’s great accomplishment.
When our new recycling facility opened earlier this year, we began taking more material. While the recycling capabilities have increased as technology has grown, there are still some materials that cannot be recycled in our facility. Medical waste and needles have been appearing more often in our recycling stream over the past few months. These items are a serious health hazard to our employees and the public. Do not place these items in your recycling bin. Read more…
With Labor Day just around the corner, ever wonder how you could do more to create a green community while hosting guests for a barbecue or picnic? You may not realize that a lot of the containers for the products you use for these types of events are recyclable and should be placed in your recycling bin. Aside from recycling, there are other ways to make your cookout more eco-friendly, such as reusing utensils and plates. If you are interested in learning more about what you can do to make your next picnic a green event, keep reading. Read more…