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Mascaro Awarded Municipal Waste Contracts in Pennsylvania

Mascaro Awarded Municipal Waste Contracts in Pennsylvania

The contracts are for Northeastern Pennsylvania municipalities and will be serviced out of Mascaro's Wyoming Valley Division.

Pennsylvania-based waste service company J. P.  Mascaro & Sons announced it was awarded approximately $3.4 million in competitively bid municipal waste collection and recycling contracts to serve the residents of the boroughs of Clarks Summit and Avoca, Pa.

“Our company takes great pride in being awarded residential waste services contracts by Avoca and Clarks Summit Boroughs, and we are committed to providing premier service to the residents with new modern equipment, experienced service personnel and a dedicated upper management team,” said President Pat Mascaro in a statement. “Both municipalities, Clarks Summit and Avoca Boroughs, are located in Northeastern Pennsylvania and will be serviced out of Mascaro's Wyoming 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 of experience in 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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