KD Investigates: Massive Sewage Fix Will Triple Your BillThere is a big problem with the sewers in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. Fixing it could mean $2-3 billion dollars – a cost which could be passed on to taxpayers.
Pittsburgh Holds Variety Of Activities To Mark Earth Day Today is Earth Day and Pittsburgh has made huge strides in becoming more environmentally-conscious over the last few years.
Pennsylvania Resources Council Announces 2015 Collection EventsDo you have any old electronics or chemicals laying around that you don't know how to get rid of?
State Grants Extension To Add 'Green' Solutions To Sewer Woes
Peduto, County Officials Seek 'Green' Solution To Water & Sewer OverhaulThe overhaul of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County's antiquated water and sewer systems is estimated at between $2-$3 billion.
City Poised To Reconsider Rules As Woman Tries To Start Goat Grazing BusinessWould you consider hiring a herd of goats to eat your weeds?
Sea Of Green Flocks Downtown For Annual St. Patrick’s Day ParadeDowntown Pittsburgh has gone green this weekend.
Phipps’ Center For Sustainable Landscapes Honored For Energy EfficiencyPhipps Conservatory is being honored for its Center for Sustainable Landscapes.
Green Solutions Seen For Dye Test MessPlenty of people around western Pennsylvania are staring down thousands of dollars’ worth of repairs, all because their downspouts are tied into the wrong system.
PRC: 3 Easy Ways To “Recycle Your Holiday”Holiday memories should last forever, but the many materials used to celebrate the season should find new purposes through recycling. The Pennsylvania Resources Council offers three ways to conveniently “recycle your holiday.”
Green Solutions Could Help Lower Cost Of Water & Sewer OverhaulThere will be a massive overhaul of our water and sewers over the next decade. It's meant to clean up our rivers and streams, but it's going to cost you plenty in rate increases.
New Roofing Material On Pitt Building Will 'Eat' PollutionThe University of Pittsburgh’s Posvar Hall will become the first Pitt building to have a roof that “eats” airborne pollution.