TRAVELING GLASS RECYCLING BIN TO VISIT ALLEGHENY COUNTY PARKS
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald has announced that for a third year the county has partnered with PRC to offer its Traveling Glass Recycling Bin Program in county parks.
“Recycling glass is good for our community. It saves energy needed to create new glass and reduces air and water pollution from creating new glass, and it also reduces the space needed in landfills,” said Fitzgerald. “I’m thrilled that we’re able to again offer this program to county residents in cooperation with PRC, and welcome residents to explore our county parks while they’re there.”
Individuals can drop off glass bottles, jars and jugs of all colors from 7 a.m. to sunset. No color sorting is required. Containers should be empty and rinsed, with lids and labels still on. Bags and boxes used to deliver glass must be discarded off-site.
2023 SCHEDULE OF GLASS RECYCLING BIN ENGAGEMENTS IN ALLEGHENY COUNTY PARKS
February 11-16 @ BOYCE PARK, Ski Lodge Parking Lot, 901 Centerview Dr, Plum, PA 15239
April 15-20 @ SETTLERS CABIN PARK, Wave Pool Parking Lot, 635 Ridge Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15205
May 20-25 @ ROUND HILL PARK, 651 Round Hill Rd, Elizabeth, PA 15037
June 3-8 @ DEER LAKES PARK, Veteran Shelter Parking Lot, 1090 Baileys Run Rd, Tarentum, PA 15084
July 8-13 @ HARTWOOD ACRES PARK, 4100 Middle Rd, Allison Park, PA 15101
September 9-14 @ WHITE OAK PARK, 2632 McClintock Rd, White Oak, PA 15131
October 7-12 @ NORTH PARK, Swimming Pool Parking Lot, S Ridge Dr, Allison Park, PA 15101
November 11-16 @ SOUTH PARK, VIP Lot, Corrigan Drive and 100 Acres Drive
In addition to the eight park appearances, Allegheny County is sponsoring a glass recycling engagement August 5-10 in MONROEVILLE in the parking lot of 300 Oxford Drive.
PRC’s Traveling Glass Recycling Bin Program is sponsored by Owens-Illinois, Inc. and CAP Glass and is made possible through a partnership with Michael Brothers Hauling & Recycling. The collection sites at the county parks are made possible through a partnership with the county’s Parks Department and its Sustainability Office.
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