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.
Monday, May 31, 2021: Due to the Memorial Day Holiday, all Residential Penn Waste collections will be delayed one (1) day. Monday customers will be collected on Tuesday. Tuesday customers will be collected on Wednesday and so on for the remainder of the week through Saturday.
The following municipalities yard waste collection will be delayed by one week, occurring on 6/12/21, due to the holiday:
Camp Hill Borough
East Pennsboro Township
West Manheim Township
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Memorial Day is around the corner which means it’s time to fire up the grill & open up the pool! But not so fast…we have a few reminders we’d like to go over before you officially kick off summer.
Do NOT place the following items in your curbside trash & recycling containers:
PROPANE TANKS – Propane tanks are extremely flammable and should never be disposed of in your curbside trash and recycling bins (This includes the small camping size propane tanks). Contact your local solid waste authority to see if they accept them or ask the vendor you bought it from if they will take them back.
POOL CHEMICALS – Pool chemicals are extremely combustible which is why they cannot be disposed of in your curbside trash and recycling bins. To dispose of them, check with the store you bought them from to see if they have any resources for disposal. You could also donate them to a local pool or check with your local solid waste authority to see if they accept them.
LIVE AMMUNITION – Live ammunition should never go in your curbside trash and recycling. Check with local law enforcement, indoor gun ranges, or your local solid waste authority to see if they accept live ammunition.
RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES – Rechargeable batteries can easily start fires when combined with the right materials. Never place these in your curbside collection bins. Several retailers such as Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Target offer drop-off programs. You can also check with your local solid waste authority to see if they accept them.
With YOUR help, we can keep our employees safe and prevent fires in our trucks and at our recycling facility by properly disposing of these combustible materials. THANK YOU!