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7 Types of Plastic - click here

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IT'S THE LAW - PA's Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act of 1988 (Act 101) requires commercial, municipal and institutional establishments in mandated communities to recycle a number of materials. The Borough of Carnegie is a mandated community.
Republic Services  ~ 412-429-2600 or 800-464-2120
Republic Services Current Recycling & Waste Collection Schedule - CLICK HERE
Hard to Recycle Collections - click here
Household Chemical Collections - click here
Recycling Education Pamphlet - click here
Coca-Cola Public Space Recycling Bin Grant Program Press Release click here
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A new special collection opportunity is now available to Carnegie residents! Republic Services,
your local recycling and waste service provider, now includes
e-waste collection!


  Acceptable Materials:
  • CPUs/towers
  • Laptops
  • Computer monitors (CRT and LED/LCD)
  • Peripherals (mice, keyboards, speakers)
  • Printers
  • Copiers (desktop and stand-alone)
  • Televisions (all types and sizes; limit two per special collection)
 

Contact Republic Services' Customer Service Center at 412-429-2600 for a special collection. These collections are made by appointment only; collection is not on your normal service day. Place materials to be collected at curbside for safe removal by a Republic Services employee and service vehicle.

 
 
 

 

RECYCLING

Place all your recyclable materials in one container . . . no separating or sorting required. Republic will do it for you! Recycle all of these items in your Single-Sort Recycle Container: Plastics #1 and #2, metal beverage and food cans, plastic bottles with narrow necks, newspaper; magazines, junk mail, dry non-coated food paper, boxboard, small flat pieces of corrugated cardboard. All cardboard must be broken down so it is flat and no more than three feet in length or width and tied in a bundle. Please place the materials listed above together loosely mixed in your recycle container.

7 TYPES OF PLASTIC

Republic Services accepts Types #1 and #2

click here for printable list of plastics and their descriptions.

 

 

THESE ITEMS CANNOT BE RECYCLED: Garbage, food waste, coat hangers, diapers, paper plates, meat or dairy plastic or paper packaging, wax paper or cartons, plastic wrap, plastic bags, plastic wrapping film, freezer food packaging, plastic deli take-out packaging or plastic utensils, plastic shopping bags bubble wrap, formed or pellet Styrofoam packaging, window glass, ceramics or dish ware, mirrors, rubber balls, stuffed animals, garden hoses, sports equipment, syringes, razor blades.

HARD TO RECYCLE ITEMS

click here for collection events and list of items that are collected for free or for a small fee.

WOOD / YARD WASTE are not recyclable.

click here for Public Works

PLASTIC SHOPPING BAGS are not recyclable.

Most grocery stores and some home improvement centers have receptacles for plastic bag recycling.

HOLIDAY SERVICE: There is no recycling collection on the following six holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July/Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Collection of recycling will be delayed one (1) day if an above-referenced holiday occurs on any Monday through Friday of a holiday week. If the holiday falls on the weekend, service will remain on a normal schedule and will not be delayed at all.

 

 

APPLIANCES CONTAINING REFRIGERANT: Items such as refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, water coolers, or any other appliance containing refrigerant will only be picked up if the item has a sticker certifying the refrigerant has been removed. If there is no sticker certifying removal, the item will not be picked up due to laws prohibiting disposal without certification that the refrigerant has been removed. It is suggested that you have the company delivering the new appliance dispose of the old appliance to save on the removal cost of the refrigerant.

Did you know you could make a tax deductible donation of usable building materials? The non-profit organization “Construction Junction” can be reached at (412) 243-5025 for more information or see their website at www.constructionjunction.org.

RECYCLING INK & TONER CARTRIDGES:
In an effort to recycle and reuse ink and toner cartridges, some companies pay money for empty cartridges.
ATM Laser recycles and refurbishes
ink and toner cartridges.

ATM Laser
4118 Campbell's Run Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
412.279.7977

Click Here for more information.

** EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 2016 - Best Buy will no longer be accepting TVs/monitors in their stores. **

 
 
 
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