111 Conner Lane
Belle Vernon, PA 15012 (724) 929-7694 Ext. 2
Dear Aspinwall Resident,
We are excited to inform you that County Hauling, a division of Noble Environmental, was awarded a one-year contract to be the Solid Waste and Recycling Hauler for the Borough of Aspinwall, starting July 1st, 2020. We look forward to providing Aspinwall with a safe and efficient collection program! Our contract is similar to the one that the Borough had with your previous hauler, but one thing that is changing is your collection day. Beginning July 6th,
Your Trash and Recycling collection day will be Monday
Please see the reverse of the enclosed recycling letter for a 2020/2021 calendar
The following guidelines apply for all Garbage and Recycling collection in the borough:
Garbage, Recycling, and bulk items must be placed at the curb the night before your collection day, or prior to 6 AM on the day of collection. Your garbage and recycling must be accessible and visible to drivers, and within 5 feet of the curb.
All trash must be properly bagged
Recycling must be placed in a designated recycling can. Loose items such as newspaper or cardboard must be neatly stacked or bundled (see reverse of this page for a list of recyclable materials and non- recyclable materials).
Bulk item disposal (refrigerators with the freon removed, stoves, beds, mattresses, couches etc.) is
limited to one item per week.
You will receive a bill for the 3rd quarter by 7/15. The rates for the next year are as follow:
Regular Rate: $65.70/Quarter
Senior Citizen Rate: $58.53/Quarter - Must be 60 years of age. Please submit a copy of a valid form of ID with your fist bill. If you receive a bill with the regular rate, you may pay the senior rate provided ID is included.
Snowbird Rate: $48.99/Quarter - Residents who leave their permanent residences between Nov. 1st and March 31st may pay this reduced rate, provided they inform County Hauling 30 days prior to departure by email or by phone.
Residents who participate are not eligible for the any additional Senior Citizen Discount.
Please call or email us with any questions, and we look forward to serving your community!
County Hauling Management
If you have any questions about the list of recyclable and non-recyclable materials below, please call Customer Service or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The independent recycling facility we work with has found a market for glass, so we are pleased to announce that, effective July 1st, you are able to put your glass back in your recycling bins. As most are aware, the recycling markets have been turbulent in the last few years, and our independent recyclers are more important now than ever. With that in mind, please be cognizant of what is going into the recycling stream and be aware that Types 3-7 Plastic are still not recyclable. They must go into the trash. You can check the type by finding the number enclosed inside a recycling symbol, usually located on the bottom of the item.
The two types of plastic that are still recyclable are Types 1 & 2, which are among the most common. Examples of Type 1 are soda, water, salad dressing and cooking oil bottles (bottles you drink from or that hold consumables). Some examples of Type 2 are milk and juice jugs, shampoo, conditioner or bodywash bottles and laundry detergents containers. Neither of these lists are comprehensive, so be sure to check each container for the recycling logo and the codes PET or PETE for Type 1 and PEHD or HDPE for Type 2. If the container has any of these codes, it is recyclable. If it does not, then it is not recyclable.
Corrugated Cardboard - broken down and placed in cart
Newsprint and Inserts
Type 1 & 2 Plastics
Junk Mail and Envelopes
Pizza box lids – If not tainted by food
Box-board: such as tissue, dry food boxes, cereal, noodles and cake boxes.
Put all Non- Recyclable material in the trash
Types 3-7 Plastic
Garbage, food waste, diapers, paper plates, hangers, old plastic toys
Meat or dairy plastic or paper packaging
Wax or plastic wrap or bags
Freezer food packaging
Plastic deli, product or take-out packaging or utensils
Plastic bags or wrapping film
Formed or pellet Styrofoam packaging