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Sludge Hauling

J.P. Mascaro & Sons is an industry leader in the composting and beneficial reuse of sewage sludge. After an exhaustive evaluation process in 1993, Nassau County, New York, choose Mascaro over industry giants, such as Waste Management, Inc., Browning Ferris Industries and Mid American Waste Systems, Inc. for a 25 year contract under which Mascaro transports, composts and beneficially reuses sewage sludge generated in Nassau County.

Mascaro's  A & M Compost Facility in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, has continuously received permit renewals from the Pennsylvania DEP, and in December, 2004, its permitted volume was increased from 5,000 to 10,000 tons per month. At A & M, biosolids from municipal wastewater treatment plants are composted under strict regulatory standards into Class A Exceptional Quality Compost. This Class A compost is permitted for general distribution and is used by homeowners, landscapers, nurseries, etc. as a fertilizer and soil additive. The A & M facility is a modern, fully enclosed 640,000 square foot structure with a sophisticated air emission and biofiltration odor control system.

Mascaro also own the Brooke and Wetzel County Compost Facilities in West Virginia. These facilities were permitted by the West Virginia DEP in 1992 and has continuously received permit renewals. Both facilities are large enclosed structures with modern air emission and odor control systems.

Pennsylvania and Ohio have issued beneficial use and distribution permits for the marketing and distribution of Class A compost produced at Mascaro’s compost facilities. Mascaro also owns and operates a Pennsylvania DEP permitted yard waste compost facility in Franconia Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, at which yard waste compost is produced and distributed under a general permit.

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