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At Bethlehem Landfill, we believe in building a better tomorrow
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The Landfill Insider: Let’s Talk Trash Summer 2024 Newsletter

In this issue, we talk about how landfills prevent groundwater contamination, explain why landfill expansions are necessary, announce the Renewable Natural Gas facility added to the landfill, and note how to properly dispose of American flags. Click here to download the newsletter.

Ask Astor: How do landfills prevent groundwater contamination?

Our Ask Astor series is a Q & A column which focuses on providing answers to your most frequently asked questions about the landfill. Astor Lawson, our District Manager at Bethlehem Landfill, is an industry expert with more than 16 years successfully managing landfills.

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Community Driven

Bethlehem Landfill has made, and continues to make, charitable donations to more than 40 local organizations, raises money for scholarships to award in the community, as well as supports annual festivals and charitable events.

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Our Priorities

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    Landfill Operations

    Bethlehem Landfill accepts household and construction waste from Northampton, Lehigh, Bucks, Berks and Montgomery counties.
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    Green Energy

    With the addition of a Renewable Natural Gas facility at Bethlehem ​ landfill, gas will be transformed into a cost-effective natural gas fuel source for the local community.

Importance of safety

We strive to assure complete safety of our employees, our customers and the public in all of our operations. Protection from accident or injury is paramount in all we do. Please review our safety video in preparation of visiting our site.