Mechanicsburg Borough Promotes Recycling Through Awards Program

Mechanicsburg Borough, Cumberland County, recognized residents Michael and Terry Hoffman on April 17 with the Recycle Right Reward for their efforts to recycle their household waste.

The Hoffman’s award marks the one-year anniversary of the rewards program. 

Borough Council has extended the rewards program for a second year, recommending that residents receive feedback on their curbside recycling performance.

The Borough of Mechanicsburg extends its appreciation to Rutter’s Farm Markets and eleven other local merchants that provided Recycle Right Reward program prizes in its inaugural year.

The Borough thanked its residents for their proper recycling practices and encourages all residents to recycle all of the aluminum, glass, paper, plastic and steel items listed in the Borough’s Recycling Regulations.


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