Audubon-based J. P. Mascaro, one of the largest and most successful waste management companies in the country, issued a letter Monday underscoring the company’s commitment to the health and safety of their employees, clients, colleagues and the communities they serve.
Even though none of the company’s 850 employees or their families have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, the company remains vigilant.
“We have enacted proactive measures at our facilities,” said Pasquale Mascaro, J. P. Mascaro’s president. “We are stressing to our employees best practices to avoid the spread of this virus.”
“For the sake of all of you and the community at large, we will continue to be as vigilant as possible in this regard.”
Since there is no limitation on the collection of waste and trash, all Mascaro facilities are open and conducting business as usual.
For more information on J. P. Mascaro’s services and the proactive measures the company is taking to avoid the spread of the virus, click here.
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