Monthly archive for March 2018

Laurel: To old-TV recycling resuming

Trib Live – Westmoreland Cleanways is accepting old TVs and other electronics for the first time in about a year, overcoming the effects of an arson and plans for two alternative sites falling through. So, don’t dump that old TV by the roadside. Read Entire Article

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Latrobe to collect discarded electronics May 19

Trib Live – Latrobe officials are partnering with Westmoreland Cleanways and Recycling for a May 19 electronics drop-off collection open to city residents. Electronics items including television sets, computers, monitors, printers and radios will be accepted from 8 a.m. until noon at the Memorial Stadium parking lot. Items

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Keep PA Beautiful Invites Communities To Join Adoption Programs To Keep Them Litter Free

PA Environment Digest – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites communities, local residents, organizations, civic groups, and businesses to participate in KPB’s Adoption Program to keep municipal roads, communities, parks, neighborhood blocks, greenways, waterways and trails litter free. There is no fee to participate and groups must agree to make safety a top

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Help Keep PA Clean

Daily Times – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Department of Environmental Protection are seeking volunteers for this year’s Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, now on through May 31. Groups participating in PennDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) program, which involves volunteers cleaning roadsides year-round, are also encouraged to participate

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Cheers and Jeers

Herald Standard – Jeers to the people who carelessly, thoughtlessly dump their garbage along roadways and other areas throughout Greene County. According to information provided by Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Inc., over 89,000 pounds of garbage was picked up by volunteers there during the annual Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania

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PennDOT, EPA seeking volunteers

Tribune Democrat –  PennDOT and the state’s Department of Environmental Protection are seeking volunteers for this year’s Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania. The effort began on March 1 and continues through May 31. Groups participating in PennDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway program, for which volunteers clean roadsides year-round, are also

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