Please contact New Cumberland Borough directly to establish or cancel service with Penn Waste and for any issue regarding your bill at (717) 774-0404. Trash service with Penn Waste is required for all residents. By ordinance, unpaid fees for trash collection may be subject to a lien on the property. Commercial buildings and larger apartment buildings or condos may use Penn Waste or choose their own waste hauler.
Bills can be paid by cash, check or money order and mailed or dropped off at the Borough Office at 1120 Market Street, New Cumberland, PA 17070. The rates for trash and recycling services are increasing from $50/quarter to $90/quarter per dwelling unit starting with the 2023 2nd quarter bill. The 2023 1st quarter bill, which is mailed February 1, 2023, will be $63.
- January-March: bills are mailed February 1st and due March 1st
- April-June: bills are mailed May 1st and due June 1st
- July-September: bills are mailed August 1st and due September 1st
- October-December: bills are mailed November 1st and due December 1st
Find more information on Penn Waste’s site for New Cumberland Borough.
Trash Schedule by Address
Place waste curbside by 6 a.m. on your trash pick-up day. Find your trash pick-up day sorted by street address here.
Keep Hazardous Waste Out of Your Trash
NEVER place these hazardous waste materials in your trash & recycling bins:
- Any item with a rechargeable battery
- Pool chemicals
- Propane tanks
Click here to find out how to properly dispose of these hazardous items.
Cumberland County offers a Household Hazardous Waste collection program four times a year in an attempt to give the residents of Cumberland County an alternative disposal method for hazardous waste. For more details, event dates and to sign up, visit the County’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program.
Find recycling guidelines here.