County Waste and Recycling, Clifton Park, NY, strives to assure the complete safety of our customers, our employees and the public in all our operations. Protection from accident or injury is paramount in all we do.
County Waste & Recycling was one of the participating employers recruiting vets at the Veterans Job Fair in Albany, New York on April 26, 2017.
County Waste and Recycling, Clifton Park, NY, is currently hiring CDL drivers who will enjoy their work and take pride in a job well done.
Accidental exposure to medications can be a problem in the United States and it’s often in homes with young children, so it’s important to dispose of expired and old medications in the home as they present an unnecessary health risk.
Recycled cardboard becomes just about what you’d expect: more cardboard, paper products, newspapers and much, much more. Today, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates there is about 30 million tons of corrugated cardboard generated each year.
Each Christmas, County Waste and Recycling in Clifton Park participates in the Christmas Bike Promise. This year County Waste was able to donate 153 bikes to 9 different charities in the Capital District.
Can Aerosol Cans be Recycled? Yes. But do it rightAerosol cans are fairly simple – the can is made of steel or aluminum and contains a product – like hair spray, shaving cream, paint, or whipped cream - to be dispensed.
Installing and maintaining working smoke detectors is a simple safeguard residents have against potential tragedy.
County Waste & Recycling is proud to support local community events throughout the year. In addition to providing quality and cost-effective garbage and recycling collection services, County Waste is dedicated to the communities we serve and are actively involved in various community programs. Join us for these upcoming events that are not only fun for the family but also give back to our community.
County Waste & Recycling encourages area residents and businesses to donate useful items to the Capital District Habitat for Humanity Restore in Albany.