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Manheim Township Residential Collection Details

For More Information, Visit Penn Waste at: www.pennwaste.com
Rate Info:  
Option 1: 3 bags or cans (Not exceeding 96 gallons), Unlimited Recycling, 1 bulk item/week $59.17 per quarter
Option 2: Pay for 24 bags, Unlimited recycling $96.00
Cost for additional bags if needed $4.00 per bag
Bag Limit: See options above.
Trash Collection Day(s): Wednesday
Recycling Collection Day(s): Wednesday
One Large Item Per Week: Yes with option 1
Fall Clean Up Day: N/A
Spring Clean Up Day: N/A
Additional Notes:  
Guidelines:  
Click Here for large item collection guidelines
PENN WASTE CALENDAR FOR TRASH PICKUP SERVICE
Holiday Collection Information &
Schedule Change Notices:
If collection falls on/after a holiday, all collections moved one day back

Penn Waste advertises holiday notices in the following papers:
York Newspapers, Harrisburg Patriot, Hanover Evening Sun.

Penn Waste observes 6 major Holidays:
New Year's, Memorial Day , 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas

Inclement Weather Policy:
Penn Waste broadcasts on the following stations for weather related emergencies

Operation Snowflake
WSBA 910 AM, WARM 103 FM
Storm Watch
WHP 580 AM, 97.3 RIVER FM, 94.9 BOB FM, 99.3 KISS FM, WHP TV-21 CBS, WLYH- TV-15, WGAL TV-8

Click on the link below for current news from Penn Waste!

Penn Waste ENews

 

In January of 2008, Penn Waste opened a new 40,000 square foot single stream recycling facility. The facility allows paper and commingle products to be dumped and sorted at the same location, so separation of materials is not required. Because Penn Waste's facility is single stream, Penn Waste purchased a new fleet of single stream trucks. They are similar to refuse trucks - recycling will be dumped in the back of the truck instead of the compartments on the side. Because cardboard is tossed into the back of the truck, residents may put any size of cardboard out with their recycling, but it MUST be flat. It also must be easy for loaders to handle. If a stack of cardboard is put at the curb, please bundle it so pieces don't blow away or slip when the loader picks them up.