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Scientific Truth About Waste-to-Energy

New report from The City College of New York provides comprehensive scientific review of industry’s technology as large-scale waste management solution.
Virtual Learning Series Kick-Off

Everything You Don't Know About Recycling 
Board of Director Spotlight

Meet Scott Ulrich
Tips to Reduce Energy Costs: A Conversation With LCSWMA's Energy Program Manager

We spoke to LCSWMA’s Energy Program Manager, Justin Capots, whose job is managing LCSWMA’s energy initiatives, for some tips on how homeowners and businesses can reduce energy usage and costs, as well as what LCSWMA is doing to mitigate energy usage at our facilities.Rea...

LCSWMA's Online Newsroom

LCSWMA manages the trash and recyclable materials from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania homes and businesses, as well as trash from the City of Harrisburg and surrounding Dauphin County communities. Once the waste is delivered by private haulers, LCSWMA employs a multi-step approach to disposal and processing, called an Integrated System. This Integrated System not only saves significant landfill capacity, it also creates clean, renewable energy.