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