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The Benefits of Paperless Billing

January 31, 2019

If you’re currently receiving paper monthly invoices, but you’d prefer electronic delivery instead, then you should consider signing up for our online bill pay. Not only is it better for the environment, but it will also reduce clutter.

Everyone knows the routine well; you get home from work and find your monthly bill in the mail box, and then stuff it into your junk drawer until the due date. Why bother with the same old method when you can just request paperless billing from County-Waste & Recycling?

Signing Up for Paperless Billing as a New User

For new users who are looking to sign up and log in for the first time, we do require your account number and invoice number in order to get started. So make sure you have your most recent invoice statement nearby before you get started. This helps to protect your identity, and keep the online bill pay platform completely secure.

After that’s settled, you’ll go on to create a user ID and password for your account. You can either sign up for reoccurring payments, so you can set it and forget it, or you can choose to login manually every month and pay the bill in full at your leisure.

Signing Up For Paperless Billing as an Existing User

If you have already created an online profile, but are not currently opted in to go paperless, then you can simply login and update your profile in order to switch to paperless delivery.

Update Profile to Paperless Billing 

If you have any more questions about using the online bill pay feature, check out our frequently asked online billing questions, and you should find exactly what you need there. Additionally, if you have any feedback about our online bill pay service, or are experiencing any difficulties getting started then feel free to reach out via our contact page.

Commitment to Environmental Sustainability

At County Waste & Recycling, we are committed to improving the environment for the future of the communities we live in and serve every day. Part of that commitment involves offering paperless billing, because it’s essential to the future of sustainability. If we’re able to eventually switch all of our willing customers over to paperless billing, then our negative impact on the environment can be greatly lessened.

We believe that our services play an integral part in improving the environmental quality around us, and so we are mindful of having the most cost-effective waste management solutions for our customers. We constantly monitor and evaluate new technologies and programs that can enhance our commitment to the environment.


Last Modified: 07-29-2019-08:29:23

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About County Waste and Recycling in New York

The Clifton Park, NY location of County Waste and Recycling ranks among the Capital Region’s largest waste and recycling companies. County Waste and Recycling provides residential garbage and recycling services, commercial roll off service, industrial waste removal, and construction and demolition waste collection services. In addition to waste collection services, County Waste also operates transfer stations in Clifton Park and Troy, New York and Sierra Processing, a recycling center, in Albany, New York.

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County Waste and Recycling of Clifton Park, NY serves the following New York counties:
Albany, Fulton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, and Schoharie.


If you have questions regarding any of our waste and recycling services in New York, contact us online or call: 518-877-7007

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