Students showed their creativity and used aluminum cans to help support recycling efforts.
There are new details about a troubled Fayette County coal waste dump. State environmental regulators are stepping in to stop planned blasting on the property, blasting that could have caused landslides or cave-ins.
More than 40 volunteers scaled the steep hill on Mount Washington to clean up a year’s worth of trash.
The cost of cleaning our rivers and streams will be astronomical, promising to send your water and sewer bill through the roof over the next decade.
Narrow streets and dense traffic have not deterred increasing numbers of local residents from pedaling to work, or riding their bikes just for fun.
Thousands people are expected to flock to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the annual Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show. Companies will show the latest and greatest products for the home. And one organization will be encouraging people to go green.
You’ve probably seen the commercials for the SodaStream, the store displays or maybe on a home shopping channel.
A plan to ship coal waste on barges from Beaver to Fayette County is not going over well.
Some call it fly ash, the power industry calls it scrubber waste, captured in the combustion of coal in coal-fired power plants like Bruce Mansfield in Shippingport, Beaver County.
6,500 aluminum cans were recycled during first 10 weeks of Western Pennsylvania campaign.
The Pennsylvania Farm Show is almost over and organizers have an unusual plan for the 1,000-pound butter sculpture that’s been on display.
An ongoing U.S. Environmental Protection Agency study on natural gas drilling and its potential for groundwater contamination has gotten tentative praise so far from both industry and environmental groups.
How would you like to buy a new computer for about $200 dollars? Goodwill is making it possible.
On Jan. 24, 2013, a new Pennsylvania law will require your old electronics to be recycled.
Americans spend $12 billion on funerals each year. Caskets, cremation, headstones – they are all familiar terms. But have you ever heard of a green burial? It’s a trend that’s growing in popularity. In fact, Pennsylvania’s first exclusively green cemetery is located in Pittsburgh.
A falcon chick living in a nest on the 40th floor of the Cathedral of Learning got a checkup Friday. Officials had to shoo away the falcon chick’s mother, 14-year-old Dorothy, to reach the chick and take it indoors for a veterinary checkup.
KDKA Radio stopped by PRC’s Reusefest in South Side Works on August 11th.
KDKA Goes Green with the Pennsylvania Resources Council. Check out their pictures from the Household Chemical Collection on July 14th!