Waste Hauler J.P. Mascaro & Sons Gives $1Million For Education

LOWER PROVIDENCE, PA — J.P. Mascaro & Sons, one of the larger names in waste management in the Philadelphia suburbs, announced recently that it contributed $1 million in 2021 toward various educational initiatives and scholarships throughout eastern Pennsylvania.

The waste collection and recycling company says it gave the large amount of charitable donations to more than 100 schools and school districts in the Delaware Valley, Lehigh Valley and Scranton regional area.

“The Mascaro family is very appreciative to be able to continue our practice of providing educational opportunities at excellent schools for students worthy of and in need of assistance,” company president Pasquale N. Mascaro, Sr. said in a statement. “Our employees and the many customers they serve make it possible for the Mascaro company to achieve an ongoing goal of being a ‘true friend’ in the community.”

The company, which is headquartered in Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County, employs more than 900 workers and has more than 20 operational divisions in the region.

J.P. Mascaro & Sons operates landfills, transfer stations, recycling centers and composting facilities, and it serves thousands of municipal, commercial, industrial and institutional customers, according to information about the company posted online.

The third-generation family business dates back to 1964.

More about the company can be found here.

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