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Solid Waste & Recycling Services


Tuesday, June 28, 2016

In Pennsylvania, public sector contracts are awarded pursuant to a competitive bidding process to assure that qualified companies are providing the required services and to assure that public entities are receiving quality, cost-efficient services.


Local solid waste service company J. P. Mascaro & Sons has a demonstrated history of successfully procuring and performing public sector contracts that are competitively bid and awarded.  In 2016, Mascaro is experiencing record growth in its public sector contract business.


Just recently, the Mascaro company has been awarded in excess of $15 million in new public sector contracts, including contracts with the Boroughs of Exeter, Media, West Conshohocken and Old Forge, and with Plainfield Township, the City of Camden, and the Philadelphia School District.


Speaking to the new contract awards, company President, Pat Mascaro, said, “Our company has been extremely successful in being awarded public sector contracts because we own and operate our own DEP-permitted transfer stations, landfills, and recycling facilities; we have unmatched experience in providing required public sector waste services; we have a modern fleet of collection and transportation vehicles and equipment; and we have highly qualified and dedicated management and line employees.  This winning combination enables our company to be successful on a large number of the public sector contracts we bid on, and to provide municipalities and other public sector customers with the highest quality service at a reasonable cost,” added Mascaro.


Starting out as a one-truck operation in 1964, J. P. Mascaro & Sons over the last 52 years has grown into a waste industry leader which competes successfully with the large national public companies, but which has the dedication and commitment of a private local business.  To get where it is today, and to better serve existing customers and procure new customers, Mascaro has made an unparalleled financial and operational commitment to developing company-owned and operated infrastructure that includes four DEP-permitted landfills, three DEP-permitted transfer stations, the largest DEP beneficial use compost facility in Pennsylvania, three recycling centers, 17 operating divisions, and a modern fleet of waste collection and transportation vehicles and waste service containers.


Mascaro’s latest addition to its impressive facility infrastructure, which makes the company fully-integrated and self-sustaining, is its new multi-million dollar 75,000 square foot single stream recycling center, operated by company affiliate, TotalRecycle, Inc., in Exeter Township, Berks County, immediately adjacent to Mascaro’s Pioneer Crossing Landfill.


Up and coming at the TotalRecycle site, and demonstrating Mascaro’s continued commitment to improving company infrastructure, is a fully-enclosed large scale “recycling drop-off center” which will be open to the public and to regional area businesses and industries.  This 15,000 square foot drop-off facility building will be “one-of-a-kind in the industry” and will open in October 2016.


“Through the hard work of our dedicated employees and the development of company infrastructure, J. P. Mascaro & Sons continues to expand its public sector customer base year after year, and I fully expect that our company’s success in this area of our business will continue,” said Mascaro. 

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