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Hard to Recycle Collection Event

Saturday, June 26
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Mall at Robinson Parking Lot (100 Robinson Centre Dr., 15205)

The Pennsylvania Resources Council, in cooperation with the Mall at Robinson, Construction Junction, Global Links, Liberty Tire Recycling, and eLoop llc, are hosting a hard to recycle collection Saturday, June 26, 2010. Items ACCEPTABLE for drop off include: tires, e-waste, useable building materials, medical supplies (no medications please), cell phones, alkaline batteries, CFLs, and Printer/Toner Cartridges.

Please note there are some fees associated with dropping off certain items. For more information and additional dates, visit the PA Resources Council's community collections page.

 

Other upcoming events:

Saturday, July 17th 2010
Pittsburgh Mills 590 Pittsburgh Mills Circle, Tarentum, PA 15084

Saturday, September 25th 2010
City of Pittsburgh Environmental Services 3001 Railroad Street. Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Saturday, October 16th, 2010
The Mall at Robinson(Mall Parking Lot) 100 Robinson Centre Drive

 

Live Green in Pittsburgh! I specialize in helping people find homes that are good for their wallet, health, family and planet. Christa Ross, Ecosociate and RE/MAX Green Specialist. Call me at 724-933-6300 x214 (office) or 724-779-1437 (direct) or visit my website at www.greenhomespgh.com.

Buying or Selling a home in Pittsburgh? Call Christa Ross from RE/MAX Select Realty, at 724-933-6300 x214 (office) or 724-309-1758 (direct) or visit my website at www.bestpittsburghhomes.com.

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