Rethink the color of garbage trucks!

Scranton Manufacturing headlined the news last week with a groundbreaking ceremony for its 56,000-square-foot expansion. The new work space on the north side of the current building and will house 75 new jobs in assembly, painting and wiring.

Anyone who thinks they know what color garbage trucks are supposed to be should think again.

Bright blue, white, turquoise and green were in the line-up of trucks on display for Lt Gov Kim Reynolds and other guests at the groundbreaking Wednesday.

Scranton Journal photo
Scranton Journal photo

This forest green New Way garbage truck was in the Bell Tower Festival parade earlier this month…New Way green truck

…as was this truck. A bright pink garbage truck would certainly perk up a bleary-eyed early trip out of the neighborhood to go to work.New Way pink truck

Scranton Manufacturing employees eagerly checked out a Roto Pack garbage truck from Canada. Scranton Manufacturing has an exclusive partnership to market the specially designed truck in the U.S.

Scranton Journal photo
Scranton Journal photo

 

 

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