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RIDLEY TOWNSHIP AWARDS CONTRACT TO J. P. MASCARO TO PROCESS AND MARKET TOWNSHIP RECYCLABLES

Thursday, March 1, 2018
RIDLEY TOWNSHIP AWARDS CONTRACT TO J. P. MASCARO  TO PROCESS AND MARKET TOWNSHIP RECYCLABLES

On February 28, 2018, Ridley Township designated Mascaro’s fully-automated 85,000 sq. ft. TotalRecycle single stream recycling facility in Exeter Township, Berks County, for the processing and marketing of Township residential recyclables, and it entered into a contract with Mascaro for that purpose. Ridley Township, Delaware County, is a large community consisting of over 30,000 residents and joins the growing list of municipalities whose recyclables are handled by Mascaro and processed at TotalRecycle.  It is estimated that Ridley Township will generate 2,600 tons of recyclables annually. This four-year contract starts on March 1. 

Opened in 2016, Mascaro’s, TotalRecycle facility has the latest single stream recycling automated technology that results in the “Highest Quality” of end-use recyclables for marketing.

The TotalRecycle facility is managed by Joseph P. Mascaro, the son of Mascaro Company President, Pat Mascaro.  Under his leadership, TotalRecycle has processed and marketed over 275 million pounds of recyclables since opening its doors.

Speaking to his TotalRecycle facility operation, Joseph Mascaro said, “Our facility is one of the premier single stream recycling facilities in the country, and we welcome the opportunity to process and market Ridley Township’s recyclables.”

Founded and headquartered in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, J. P. Mascaro & Sons, a privately-owned and family-operated business, is a fully-integrated waste service company and a leader in the industry.

For more information about J. P. Mascaro & Sons, its facilities, services and sustainability commitment, visit the company website at www.jpmascaro.com



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