PRC Holding “Hard To Recycle” Collection To Help People Get Rid Of Old TVsYou're in luck if you're looking to get rid of an old TV, but it's going to cost you some money.
Officials: State Law Needs Changes To Allow Free Recycling Of Old TVsHow many old televisions do you still have -- and want to recycle or simply get rid of?
Allegheny Co. Department Of Parks Christmas Tree Recycling LocationsIt is not Christmas yet, but the Allegheny County Department of Parks has you covered when the time comes to get rid of your tree.
City Launches Trash, Recycling Pickup AppThe City of Pittsburgh and the Urban Redevelopment Authority are launching a new trash day and recycling app called
Recycling Old Televisions A Real Challenge In PennsylvaniaLike many, Joe Brosky of Washington Township tried hard to get rid of two old television sets.
Mt. Lebanon HS Wastes Little With Composting, Recycling EffortsFood served at the Mt. Lebanon High School cafeteria is fresher, and more varied, than traditional fare of the past. Food service director Tazeen Choudhury says the food is healthier, and kids are just eating it up.
The Pennsylvania Resource Council's Collection Events In August, September And OctoberThe Pennsylvania Resource Council is helping you clean up your "household hazardous waste." The first one is on May 2nd at the North Park Boathouse.
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.”
Allegheny County’s Tree Recycling ProgramDon't know what to do with your Christmas tree now that the holiday is over?
New Recycling Rules: Myth From RealitySo you thought you were doing the right thing by sorting your recyclables and putting them out on the curb, but are you doing it correctly?
Recycling Could Mean Big Discounts To YouOut in Ross Township -- and eight other North Hills communities -- recyclable trash is picked up every week, but plastic bottles, newspapers, metals and glass are worth discounts to local residents who sign up for a program called Recyclebank.
Goodwill Set To Stop Accepting Donations Of TVsFlat screen televisions are big selling items these days -- especially as the prices become more reasonable -- but getting rid of your old television set is becoming much more of a challenge.

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