Do you have any old electronics or chemicals laying around that you don’t know how to get rid of?
On Saturday, April 11, the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) will host the first of six “hard-to-recycle” collection events in 2015 to enable individuals to drop off e-waste/computers, cell phones, CFLs, microwave ovens and polystyrene packaging material (EPS) at no cost.
Though they may appear to be “dumpster diving,” Nick Shorr and Ross Hirshfeld are actually sorting through trash to find information for the Pennsylvania Resources Council.
You probably have an old prescription or two lying around that you need to get rid of, so how can you get dispose of them properly?
The PRC will receive a very prestigious award on April 22 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for environmental excellence.
Go Green and help support local animal shelters by recycling your pet food cans!
If you have containers of chemicals that can’t be thrown in the trash or require special disposal, Chemical Collection Day lets you get rid of them.
Students showed their creativity and used aluminum cans to help support recycling efforts.
The Pennsylvania Resources Council has reached a milestone in its “Cans for Pets” campaign.
6,500 aluminum cans were recycled during first 10 weeks of Western Pennsylvania campaign.
The Pennsylvania Resources Council is holding collections in Allegheny and Beaver Counties, where you can drop off cleaners, automotive fluids, car batteries, paints, pesticides and pool chemicals.
Imagine not being able to speak. For many people living with disabilities, that is a reality. However, there is technology to help give those people a voice.
New technology is helping to give a voice to those who cannot speak. Much of the new technology is on display at a conference being held by the International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
The “Caught Doing Good!” campaign rewards folks for disposing of litter properly!
The Pennsylvania Resources Council and Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s Office kicked off a new litter awareness campaign Friday called “Don’t Trash My Turf.”