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Franklin County, PA - Commercial Garbage Service

We Service the Following Areas in Franklin County:

  • Antrim Township, Fannett Township, Greencastle Borough, Greene Township
  • Guilford Township, Hamilton Township, Letterkenny Township, Lurgan Township
  • Metal Township, Mont Alto Borough, Montgomery Township (small part)
  • Orrstown Borough, Peters Township (parts of this township), Quincy Township
  • Southampton Township, St. Thomas Township, Washington Township

In May of 2009 Park's Garbage Service, Inc. began weekly residential service in Franklin County. Services provided in Franklin County include residential weekly garbage collection, bi-weekly recycling collection, and containers for commercial use. Residential service includes a 96 gallon container for garbage and a 32 gallon container for recycling.

There is no additional cost for recycling. Recycling is single stream, meaning the commodities do not need to be separated. Check out details on recycling by clicking on our Parks Voluntary Recycling Link for Franklin County.

There are various sizes of containers available for commercial use. Containers range in size from 2 cubic yards up to 8 cubic yards.

For pricing or more information click on "Contact Us" or call (717) 496-9466 (Chambersburg Area Customers) or 1-800-486-4490 and speak with one of our friendly customer service representatives.

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Park's Garbage Service Containers

64 Gal EZ-Wheel Recycling Container

96 Gal EZ-Wheel Trash Container

Recycling Services

Call Park's Garbage at (717) 496-9466 or 1-800-486-4490 for the Recycling collection day and week that services your area.

Items that can be recycled


Single Stream Recycling

Single Stream recycling means that all plastic, glass, and metal containers, paper material, and cardboard can be put in the same recycling bin for collection. All sizes of cardboard can be collected IF cardboard is flattened. Watch the video below to see what happens to your recyclables.