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PIWHA Member J.P. Mascaro & Sons Opens TotalRecycle

January 29, 2016

J.P. Mascaro & Sons is proud to open TotalRecycle, Inc. Situated on 14 acres of industrial property in Exeter Township, Berks County, this facility is designated as a one-stop recycling operation. If it can be recycled, we are the place to deposit your items. We have now opened Phase I of our site. TotalRecycle is… Read More


INDEPENDENT HAULER ARTICLE ON PIWHA

October 21, 2015

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Natural Gas Refuse Vehicle Workshop and Tour For PIWHA Members June 16, 2015

June 1, 2015

DVRPC / PIWHA host a work shop for natural gas June 16, 2015 – 10 to 12:00, followed by lunch Coffee/donuts/networking at 9:30 am Waste Management Philadelphia Hauling Delaware Valley North 1224 Hayes Blvd, Bristol, PA 19007   • This free DVRPC event, sponsored by the US Department of Energy, is specifically for independent waste… Read More


Creative Attempt to Fill Recycling Cost Shortfall Leads to Lawsuit in Pennsylvania

February 18, 2015

Creative Attempt to Fill Recycling Cost Shortfall Leads to Lawsuit in Pennsylvania February 4th, 2015 by Barry Shanoff, Legal Lode Opportunities seldom drop into one’s lap. Often, if you don’t ask, you don’t get. Here’s how this strategy played out in a locale where a funding shortfall threatened to undermine a county’s integrated waste management… Read More


Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection changes rules for oil and gas sludge at landfills

January 28, 2015

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection changes rules for oil and gas sludge at landfills January 28, 2015 12:00 AM By Anya Litvak / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette A change in the rules for landfills accepting fracking fluid sludges could mean higher prices for disposal, and more oil and gas waste going out of state. The Pennsylvania Department… Read More


Reading can collect recycling fee, Berks County Court judge finds

December 29, 2014

Reading can collect recycling fee, Berks County Court judge finds Saturday December 6, 2014 12:01 AM Reading Eagle It’s the second time the city of Reading has been taken to court over a $92 annual recycling fee, but this time, the court ruled in the city’s favor. Berks County Court Judge Madelyn S. Fudeman ruled… Read More


NJ Residents Sue PA Landfill over odor

A group of residents have brought a lawsuit against the owner of a Pennsylvania landfill, claiming that the noxious odors have at times forced them to stay indoors, interfered with their right to use and enjoy their property and lowered their property values. The lawsuit was filed Thursday against Waste Management, owner of the Tullytown… Read More


National Bike to Work Day

May 7, 2014

National Bike to Work Day is on May 16th this year. That is right around the corner, so start your planning now! More than half of the U.S. population lives within five miles of their workplace, making bicycling a feasible and fun way to get to work. With increased interest in healthy, sustainable and economic… Read More


The Fleet Management Expo. is Almost Here

April 21, 2014

The Fleet Management Expo. is only two months away. This year the Expo. will be June 23rd – June 25th. Don’t miss out, make your arrangements now! The goal of the Fleet Management Expo is to provide fleet managers and owners, both public and private, the opportunity to participate in educational sessions, operate new equipment,… Read More


Scott Wagner Makes History with Election to PA Senate

March 18, 2014

Republican Scott Wagner pulled off a stunning victory in Tuesday’s special election and made history in the process by becoming the first person ever to win a state Senate seat as a write-in candidate. Taking advantage of a low voter turnout and a well-financed campaign that got his name in front of voters along highways,… Read More

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