Plenty of people around western Pennsylvania are staring down thousands of dollars’ worth of repairs, all because their downspouts are tied into the wrong system.
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.”
There 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.
The University of Pittsburgh’s Posvar Hall will become the first Pitt building to have a roof that “eats” airborne pollution.
Last year, we found that Pittsburgh Public Schools like Minadeo in Squirrel Hill did not recycle, and that cardboard, bottles and cans – that were actually sorted inside the school – were being thrown in the dumpsters outside and hauled away to landfills with the general trash.
Bicycles packed Market Square Friday morning as dozens of people took part in Bike to Work Day.
Even a grand old building like Soldiers and Sailors Hall is not immune to the elements.
In addition to the city’s tree giveaway, many stores are offering freebies in celebration of Earth Day.
Two dozen Pennsylvania colleges and universities are among the Princeton Review’s “greenest” schools.
For years it was an eyesore in Richland Township, rusting greenhouses on the site of the former Pittsburgh Cut Flowers.
Little Blue is a two-square mile lagoon containing untold tons of coal combustion waste, and folks who live nearby say it’s made their lives a misery.
Going green in your office can do more than just create a healthier environment, it can also create a healthier bottom line.
You may already know that the first Mayor of Pittsburgh, Ebenezer Denny, was an Irishman.
Get ready to say goodbye to the light bulbs we all grew up with.
The idea of paying $3 a month for gas for your car sounds like a fairytale. But that is exactly what KDKA’s John Shumway found when he visited a man in Bethel Park who is celebrating the first anniversary of his electric car by taking it to the gas station for the very first time.