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J. P. MASCARO & SONS AWARDED WASTE SERVICES CONTRACT FOR URSINUS COLLEGE

Wednesday, July 10, 2019
J. P. MASCARO & SONS AWARDED WASTE SERVICES CONTRACT FOR URSINUS COLLEGE J. P. Mascaro & Sons is pleased to announce the addition of Ursinus College to its long list of customers in the educational sector.  On July 1, 2019, Mascaro started performing onsite waste collection and recycling services for this prominent Montgomery County liberal arts college. 

Sam Augustine, Mascaro company Director of Sales, stated:  "Our company is extremely pleased to be providing waste services for Ursinus College, which, like Mascaro, is firmly committed to the reduction, re-use and recycling of waste materials, and to the important concept of 'Sustainability' as it relates to solid waste management."

In that regard, J. P. Mascaro & Sons has committed many millions of dollars to a "Sustainable Customer Service System," the facility components of which include TotalRecycle, a fully-automated 85,000 square foot single stream recycling facility; A & M Composting, Pennsylvania's largest compost facility, where waste materials are composted and beneficially re-used; and the Pioneer Crossing Landfill, a modern DEP end use facility for those materials not able to be recycled or re-used, which facility creates "Green Energy" from its onsite gas to energy plant.

J. P. Mascaro & Sons is a privately-owned company, founded and headquartered in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and is recognized as a premier waste service provider in the industry.

Founded by Joseph P. Mascaro, Sr. more than 50 years ago and grown by his five sons over the last 40 years, today a third generation of Mascaro family members are assuring that the company will stay true to its founder's motto – "If It's Service, It's Us!"



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