Landfill draws crowd for open house
Bethlehem Landfill held an Open House at their facility last Saturday for neighbors across Lower Saucon Township.
The event included free food, giveaways and activities for kids, prize drawings, demonstrations with heavy equipment and exhibiting environmental vendors.
“We had an excellent turnout, a beautiful day and some great family activities,” said Jay McLaughlin, Regional Municipal Marketing Manager. “We are dedicated to being a good neighbor and contributing business in Lower Saucon, and events like this are outstanding opportunities to interact with the community.”
A trolley was available for attendees to tour the landfill and learn more about the company’s progressive approach to solid waste management.
“We always look forward to welcoming our neighbors to the facility, and also to have the chance to take them on tours. People often have a misguided image of how our landfill operates, and we appreciate the opportunity to show the process first-hand,” said Sam Donato, Bethlehem Landfill District Manager.
This year’s Open House event comes on the heels of several other Bethlehem Landfill community initiatives, including a sponsorship of Lower Saucon Schools’ new Environmental Education Center and the company’s annual $10,000 scholarship to local students.
Matthew Brannon – (484) 264-3979