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J. P. MASCARO & SONS CONTRIBUTES $1 MILLION FOR EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

Wednesday, December 15, 2021
J. P. MASCARO & SONS CONTRIBUTES $1 MILLION FOR EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

In its continuing commitment to the educational sector, local waste collection and recycling company, J. P. Mascaro & Sons, in 2021 has contributed $1 million to over 100 schools and school  districts in the Delaware Valley, Lehigh Valley, and Scranton regional areas, to be used for educational initiatives and scholarships.

Company President, Pasquale N. Mascaro, Sr., said, "The Mascaro family is very appreciative to be able to continue our practice of providing educational opportunities at excellent schools for students worthy of and in need of assistance.  Our employees and the many customers they serve make it possible for the Mascaro company to achieve an ongoing goal of being a 'true friend' in the community."

J. P. Mascaro & Sons is a major provider of waste removal/recycling services in the local region.  The company was founded and is headquartered in Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County, has over 20 operational divisions, and it employs more than 900 individuals.  Mascaro operates a first-class company-owned infrastructure that includes landfills, transfer stations, recycling centers, and composting facilities, and the company is involved in every sector of the solid waste industry, serving thousands of municipal, commercial, industrial and institutional customers.  Founded in 1964 by Joseph P. Mascaro, Sr., the company has been operated by his five sons for the last 50 years, and today, a third generation of Mascaros is intricately involved in the daily operation of the family business.

For more information about J. P. Mascaro & Sons, its infrastructure, facilities and comprehensive waste services, please visit the company website at www.jpmascaro.com.

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