The York County Resource Recovery Center (RRC) is a waste-to-energy facility that uses garbage as fuel to produce steam to power a turbine to generate electricity. The RRC is designated under PA legislation as a source of “green power.” Visitors will be given an overview of the process of waste-to-energy followed by a walking tour of the facility, which includes the Tipping Floor, the Turbine-Generator Room and the Control Room. Tour Availability: Thursday: 1-2:30 p.m. About the Tour: Tour Length: 90 minutes Guided Tour: Yes Public restrooms: Yes Handicap Accessible: Yes Cameras Permitted: Yes Minimum Age Requirement: Yes- 6 years Retail/Factory Store on-site: No Admission Charge: No Conditions/Restrictions: Maximum 60 participants, flat closed-toe shoes are required and we must know if a participant has a pacemaker so we can divert them for part of the walking tour. Casual attire also suggested. Participants must register by Friday, June 12. Motorcoaches: Yes—Thursday, June 18 at 1 p.m. with a maximum 60 participants.