Sustainability and Refuse
- The Township of Upper St. Clair took first place in the 2016-17 Green Workplace Challenge. The competition enables organizations to participate in a friendly challenge program where they can receive due recognition for their sustainable actions and achievements. Actions that demonstrate measurable change and provide organizations with a baseline for comparison in the future. It is a 13-month competition designed by Sustainable Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities is a nonprofit organization designed to facilitate agencies in the concept of alternative fuel vehicles.
The Pittsburgh area recycling plant is located on Neville Island at Waste Management Recycling.
Sustainable Pittsburgh’s mission is to educate communities and businesses regarding sustainable solutions for a clean and healthy environment.
Pennsylvania Resources Council programs are designed to bring people, businesses and government together to prevent and solve environmental problems. PRC will help you determine how to get rid of your household hazardous waste, in order to keep hazardous material out of our landfills.
JVS Environmental offers solutions for recycling obsolete electronics.
Stormwater Phase II composting makes your water taste better.
CommuteInfo program is designed for commuters who are interested in carpooling, van pooling or bike pooling to work or school. Interested commuters can register for free at www.commuteinfo.org to receive a list of possible carpool/van pool matches.
Wheels for Wishes: To get information regarding recycling of your used vehicle: http://pittsburgh.wheelsforwishes.org
Goodwill Car Donations. Another way to donate your used vehicle https://www.goodwillcardonation.org/donate-my-car-to-charity/
The Department of Public Works
7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
1751 McLaughlin Run Road, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241