By LISA GRAYBEAL
Staff Writer, Waynesboro
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Antrim Township, Pa., residents can dump their trash for free at the Upton landfill starting today.
Township residents can dump up to four 30-gallon bags of trash every week at the landfill on 9760 Letzburg Road, said Teresa Schnoor, township administrator.
The landfill is permitted to accept up to 1,850 tons of trash a day. The trash is accepted from 7 to 11 a.m.
"As a host municipality, they (township supervisors) felt that was something due the residents," Schnoor said.
Greencastle Borough residents also will be able to take advantage of the free disposal beginning in June, Schnoor said.
Antrim Township residents have to obtain identification cards, available at the landfill or by mail, and will be required to show them starting in April, Schnoor said.