Armstrong Recycling Center

Armstrong Recycling Center
Armstrong Recycling Center is listed in the Recycling Services category in Kittanning, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Armstrong Recycling Center which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Armstrong Recycling Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Armstrong Recycling Center is:
139 Armsdale Rd
Kittanning, PA 16201
(724) 548-8048

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Armstrong Recycling Center has an overall ZapScore of 61. This means that Armstrong Recycling Center has a higher ZapScore than 61% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Kittanning, Pennsylvania is 31 and in the category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Armstrong County Commissioners shared a link.
Armstrong County Commissioners' May 2017 Report

Armstrong County Commissioners added 7 new photos to the album: Mr. Skamai goes to the State Capitol. — with Leslie Osche and 9 others at Pennsylvania State Capitol.
Thank you Patrick Fabian and Jason Renshaw, my fellow commissioners and friends, who saw fit to appoint me to the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC). As a member of SPC's Board of Directors, I was blessed to represent the Armstrong County Commissioners at this exclusive engagement. I personally met with numerous State Legislators (see description below). The leadership from both the State Senate and House listened as we described the challenges Armstrong and our neighboring counties face. I owe a debt of gratitude to Mr. Hassinger, President & CEO of the SPC, and his team, as well as Chuck Kolling and Megan Fisher of Buchanan, Ingersoll, & Rooney for facilitating this rewarding and productive experience. The following is a summary of activities and the people we met: A number of legislators graciously took time to attended a breakfast meeting which lead off our day at 7:30 AM: SENATORS: Camera Bartolotta, Jim Brewster, Scott Hutchinson, Pat Stefano, Randy Vulakovich and Charlie O’Neill, Legislative Director and Nolan Ritchie, Executive Director of the Senate Transportation Committee. REPRESENTATIVES: Aaron Bernstine, Bud Cook, Paul Costa, Bryan Cutler, Dan Deasy, George Dunbar, Hal English, Dan Frankel, Ed Gainey, Bill Kortz, Anita Kulik, Joe Markosek, Jim Marshall, Daryl Metcalfe, Eric Nelson, Brandon Neuman, Donna Oberlander, Joe Petrarca, Harry Readshaw, Dave Reed, Rick Saccone, Chris Sainato, Pam Snyder, Speaker Mike Turzai and Justin Walsh. I was introduced to the House Majority Leader Dave Reed and House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody. Later I had the pleasure of individually meeting with Senator Don White. Outside of the Senate, I had the chance to say hello to Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati. Later we had photographs taken on the Senate floor with Senators Camera Bartolotta, Michele Brooks, Jay Costa and Don White, and briefly met with Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman and Senators Rich Alloway and Sharif Street. Photographs were also taken on the House floor with Representative Aaron Bernstine. It was an honor to carry the message of my friends and co-commissioners Fabian and Renshaw, and an experience I will not soon forget. Commissioner George J. Skamai County of Armstrong

Armstrong County Commissioners shared a link.
March 2017 Armstrong County Commissioner Report

I had the pleasure of attending the TU Arrowhead Chapter Annual Fundraiser last night. On behalf of the Armstrong County Board of Commissioners I presented the Chapter President Jeff Wasson with a check from the County's Legacy Funds. This Arrowhead Chapter does "Trout in the Classroom" in six different schools and has partnered with the Armstrong Conversation District to improve local streams. Keep up the great work.