Penn Waste Inc. will start billing Township customers directly starting on
January 1, 2015
For all refuse billing questions please contact Penn Waste Inc. 717-767-4456 or visit the website at www.pennwaste.com
The York Water Company will start billing the Township residents directly starting on
October 1, 2015.
All sewer payments should be directed to The York Water Company.
For all sewer billing questions please contact The York Water Company 717-845-3601 or visit the website at www.yorkwater.com
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Street Cleaning - April 11, 2016, 10:31 am
Residents are reminded that street cleaning is in effect April 1, 2016 through December 31st, 2016 Street cleaning enforcement began today, April 11, 2016. To avoid fines, please remember to check for posted street cleaning signs. Failure to remove your car from the street in a posted area will result in a fine being issued. Times are strictly enforced by the Spring Garden Police Department.
Earth Day - April 11, 2016, 10:16 am
We’ve all seen trash and litter collect along roads and streams, hiding Pennsylvania’s natural beauty. In recognition of Earth Day, April 22, the Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania encourages residents to join with friends and family in the 2016 Great American Cleanup.
As Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful states, “Everyone wants to live, work, and play in a clean and green community . . . and it’s up to everyone to make it possible and improve the overall quality of life for us all.” Find an event near your neighborhood and play an important role in the Great American Cleanup of PA.
Certified Professional Recyclers can go one step farther and gain continuing education credits by participating in the cleanup of a registered illegal dumping site.
Click here for details on how obtain PROP Certification continuing education credits.
Reminder - March 31, 2016, 3:06 pm
A reminder for Spring Garden Township residents, that needles and other “sharps” originating from the home should NOT be placed in a recycling bin OR flushed down a toilet. Residents should place all sharps in either a sharps container (available at pharmacies and medical supply stores), or in a sturdy plastic container such as a laundry detergent bottle. When full, place the container or bottle containing the sharps into the GARBAGE can, not the recycle bin. Never place loose sharps or needles in a garbage bag. Help keep our sanitation and recycling workers safe!
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