We are still encountering the effects of hurricane Ida in our service area including road closures and delays. Due to flood damages our bulk and roll off services are currently experiencing very high volume.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE – We are operating on our Normal Schedule
Utilize your new 96 Gallon trash toter plus (3 quality) additional bags, 20lbs and less in weight or able to be lifted with one hand OR (1) 50 gallon personal can. *Additional bags subject to additional charge. Please see bulk page for more details
Utilize your new 96 Gallon recycle toter & 3 CLEAR bags OR 2 bundles of flattened cardboard. Cardboard must be broken down, flattened and bundled by twine or tape. Clear “recycle” bags can be purchased at many locations including online at Amazon, Home Depot, and Lowes.
All bulk item pickups must be called in and scheduled at least 48 hours ahead of your normal pick up day. For example- Bulk items for a Wednesday service day must be scheduled by 5 PM Monday. To schedule a bulk pick up, and receive a price quote, please call the office (610-754-0103) or email email@example.com
Grass clippings make up a large percentage of the household waste produced each year. About 1,000 square feet of lawn can produce 200 to 500 pounds of clippings during a Pennsylvania growing season.
Grass cycling is a simple alternative to bagging grass clippings. Simply leave the clippings on your lawn, where they break down in 7 to 14 days. The grass clippings act as top-dressing fertilizer and help keep your lawn green and healthy.
Grass cycling tips:
Mow when grass is not wet and use a sharp mower blade. Don’t let large clumps of grass clippings accumulate on the lawn. Don’t overuse harsh chemicals and fertilizers. Look for organic brands. If possible, use a mulching mower that chops the clippings into smaller pieces. Use grass clippings as a surface mulch around vegetables or flowers to inhibit weed growth and retain soil moisture. Remember to keep clippings at least two inches away from young plants to avoid burning the new growth with excess nitrogen. Add grass clippings to your compost pile for extra nutrients and to speed up the composting process. To avoid odors, grass clippings should comprise no more than one-third of the pile.