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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your understanding while we all navigate the COVID19 pandemic.
New Year’s Day Collection Schedule: Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
Due to the New Year’s Day holiday, all Penn Waste routes will be delayed one (1) day. Tuesday customers will be collected on Wednesday. Wednesday customers will be collected on Thursday and so on for the remainder of the week through Saturday.
Best wishes from the Penn Waste team for a safe and Happy New Year!
Monday 12/24/18 – All Penn Waste routes for Christmas Eve may be starting early in order to allow our employees to spend the evening with their families. York Township collections will begin at 5:00 AM. We appreciate your understanding.
Reminder: All Tuesday through Friday routes will be delayed by one day. Please visit our blog post for the Christmas Day Holiday by clicking here.
We wish all of our customers a safe and happy holiday!
Christmas Day Collection Schedule: Tuesday, December 25th, 2018
Due to the Christmas Day holiday, all Penn Waste routes will be delayed one (1) day. Tuesday customers will be collected on Wednesday. Wednesday customers will be collected on Thursday and so on for the remainder of the week through Saturday.
Best wishes from the Penn Waste team for a safe and joyous Holiday Season!
We are excited to announce Pennsylvania joins 21 other states who have passed Slow Down to Get Around laws. The new Slow Down to Get Around provision was passed unanimously by the Pennsylvania General Assembly and signed into law October 19, 2018 as part of Act 83 of 2018. The law requires motorists approaching and passing a stationary solid waste collection vehicle to reduce and maintain a safe speed for weather, road conditions and traffic in order to proceed with due care and caution. The law also provides for the use and display of yellow strobe lights that can be seen by traffic in both directions.
Waste and recycling collection continues to be one of the top five most dangerous jobs in America. Please remember to Slow Down Before You Go Around to ensure the safety of our team members.
Thank you to PWIA for helping to get this important legislation passed.