J.P. Mas­caro & Sons awarded $20 mil­lion of new pub­lic sec­tor con­tracts

The Boyertown Area Times - - COMMUNITY - J.P. MAS­CARO & SONS

Lo­cal solid waste ser­vice com­pany, J.P. Mas­caro & Sons is ex­pe­ri­enc­ing record growth in new busi­ness for the start of 2017.

The Penn­syl­va­nia based op­er­a­tion has been awarded in ex­cess of $20 mil­lion in new pub­lic sec­tor con­tracts, such as the Bor­oughs of Avoca, Bath, Bris­tol, Coop­ers­burg, Exeter (Luzerne Coun­try), Heller­town, Me­dia, West Con­shohocken, Wy­omiss­ing, Mil­ford, Old Forge, and the Delaware County Re­gional Wa­ter Qual­ity Con­trol Au­thor­ity, the Town­ships of Exeter, Lower Potts­grove, Plain­field, South White­hall, Exeter (Berks County), City of Nan­ti­coke, Cam­den County Mu­nic­i­pal Au­thor­ity, East Nor­ri­ton-Ply­mouth Whit­pain Joint Sewer Au­thor­ity, Ham­burg Mu­nic­i­pal Au­thor­ity, City of Al­len­town, Phil­a­del­phia School District, Birds­boro Power Plant and South­west En­ergy.

Mas­caro Pres­i­dent, Pat Mas­caro, Sr., is pleased but not sur­prised by the growth.

“We have been in busi­ness for over 50 years and have put to­gether an in­fra­struc­ture that ri­vals the largest waste re­moval com­pa­nies in the world,” said Mas­caro. “Our busi­ness model com­bined with our highly qual­i­fied and ded­i­cated team mem­bers al­lows us to pro­vide our cus­tomers with im­pec­ca­ble ser­vice at rea­son­able cost.”

What be­gan as a one truck op­er­a­tion in 1964, J. P. Mas­caro & Sons has grown into a waste in­dus­try leader which suc­cess­fully com­petes with the large na­tional pub­lic com­pa­nies, yet re­mains fam­ily owned and has the ded­i­ca­tion and com­mit­ment of a lo­cal busi­ness.

“Our cus­tomers seek us out be­cause of the per­sonal at­ten­tion they re­ceive. No mat­ter how much we grow, we stay com­mit­ted to treat­ing those who work with us as fam­ily. Dur­ing a time where au­to­mated ser­vice has be­come the norm, we make it a point to give each client the in­di­vid­u­al­ized ser­vice they de­serve,” Mas­caro ex­plained.

Now op­er­at­ing as one of the largest pri­vately owned waste and re­cy­cling com­pa­nies in the coun­try, Mas­caro has made un­par­al­leled fi­nan­cial and op­er­a­tional com­mit­ments to de­vel­op­ing com­pa­ny­owned and op­er­ated in­fra­struc­ture that in­cludes four DEP-per­mit­ted land­fills, three DEP-per­mit­ted trans­fer sta­tions, the largest DEP ben­e­fi­cial use com­post fa­cil­ity in Penn­syl­va­nia, four re­cy­cling cen­ters, 18 op­er­at­ing di­vi­sions, and a mod­ern fleet of waste col­lec­tion and trans­porta­tion ve­hi­cles and waste ser­vice con­tain­ers. For more in­for­ma­tion on J. P. Mas­caro & Sons, its fa­cil­i­ties, and ser­vices, visit the com­pany web­site at www.jp­mas­caro. com or call 1-888-MAS­CARO.

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