J.P. Mascaro & Sons receives $7.5M in municipal contracts
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J.P. Mascaro & Sons receives $7.5M in municipal contracts

The company also received a five-year operating permit for its Brooke County Landfill.

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J.P. Mascaro & Sons, headquartered in Audubon, Pennsylvania, received more than $7.5 million in competitively bid long-term municipal waste collection and recycling contracts. Several Pennsylvania municipalities awarded the company contracts, including Muhlenberg, Hamburg, Catasauqua and Newton. 

“Our company really appreciates the new long-term waste collection and recycling contracts recently awarded to us by the municipalities of Muhlenberg, Hamburg, Catasauqua and Newton, and we look forward to serving these communities and their residents,” says Sam Augustine, director of sales at J.P. Mascaro & Sons.

The company also received a five-year operating permit from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection to operate the Brooke County Landfill in Colliers, West Virginia. 

According to a news release from J.P. Mascaro & Sons, the Brooke County Landfill is one of two Mascaro-related landfills in West Virginia, the other being the Wetzel County Landfill in New Martinsville, West Virginia. Those two landfills serve as primary disposal facilities for waste collected by the operating divisions of Solid Waste Services of West Virginia Inc., a J.P. Mascaro-related collection company that serves municipal, commercial and industrial customers in the panhandle region of West Virginia and in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania.

“The Brooke County Landfill is an important component of the operational infrastructure of the Mascaro-related waste service businesses in West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania,” says Ryan K. Inch, company director of engineering at J.P. Mascaro. “These businesses not only serve our municipal, commercial and industrial customers, but also are important to the thriving Marcellus and Utica Shale gas development activities occurring in that three-state regional area.”

Giving to students

J.P. Mascaro & Sons has announced that it has awarded $1 million for student scholarships and supplemental education programs for the 2019-2020 school year. According to a news release from J.P. Mascaro & Sons, the awards have been distributed to more than 90 schools, including the St. Catherine of Sienna School in Reading, the John Paul II Center for Special Learning in Shillington, the City School in Philadelphia, the Regina Angelorum Academy in Plymouth Meeting, the St. Cornelius School in Chadds Ford, the AIM Academy in Conshohocken, the MMI Preparatory School in Freeland, the Upland Country Day School in Kennett Square and others.

“During the last seven years, the Mascaro company has awarded approximately $9 million for student scholarships and supplemental educational programming,” says Lindsay Mascaro Ptaszenski, company director of education. “My grandfather and company founder, Joseph P. Mascaro Sr., was a man with a limited formal education, but he was a huge proponent of education in general and of young students having the best educational opportunities possible, regardless of their financial standing, and as a company, J.P. Mascaro & Sons feels the same.”

J.P. Mascaro & Sons company President, Pat Mascaro, says, “When a company commits to funding student scholarships and educational initiatives, it is also committing to the betterment of the local community as a whole. J.P. Mascaro & Sons is proud to have participated substantially in such funding in the past, and it looks forward to doing so for many years to come.”