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J. P. Mascaro & Sons Awarded $4M of New Municipal Contracts

The company now services Colebrookdale, Lower Heidelberg and Washington Townships in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania-based J. P. Mascaro & Sons continues to grow its business in the municipal sector. Recently, the company was awarded approximately $4 million in competitively bid municipal waste collection and recycling contracts.

“Our company really appreciates the new long-term waste collection [and] recycling processing contracts recently awarded to us by Colebrookdale, Lower Heidelberg and Washington Townships, and we look forward to serving these communities and their residents,” said J.P. Mascaro & Sons Company President Pat Mascaro, in a statement.

Two of these municipalities, Colebrookdale and Lower Heidelberg Townships, are located in Berks County and will be serviced out of the company’s Berks County Division, while Washington Township, located in Northampton County, will be serviced by the company’s Lehigh Valley Division.

J. P. Mascaro & Sons is a privately owned, family-operated waste service company headquartered in Montgomery County, Pa. It has more than 50 years’ experience performing municipal contracts; it owns and operates collection divisions, landfills, recycling facilities, transfer stations and composting facilities in Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic region; and it is recognized as a premier provider of waste collection and recycling services for municipalities in the southeastern and northeastern Pennsylvania regional areas.


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