Drive-thru recycling kit for household hazardous waste in Lower Burrell


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Lower Burrell will be hosting a drive-through recycling drive for household hazardous waste next Saturday.

The event is only open to city residents.

Residents must register in advance by visiting the Noble Environmental Specialty Recycling website or calling 412-567-6566.

The recycling company charges a fee for all items.

Accepted items include household paint and shop supplies, automotive products, cleaning supplies, lawn and garden products, pesticides, car / household batteries, light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, flammable products and more.

Electronic and Freon items accepted include televisions, computers, printers, telephones, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, mini-fridges, microwaves, laptops and more.

Prohibited items include explosives, ammunition, radioactive materials, major appliances, pharmaceuticals, syringes, medical waste, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, devices containing mercury, elemental mercury compressed gas and tires.

Recycling fee: non-video display electronics, 30 cents per pound; Devices containing Freon, 40 cents per pound; televisions and monitors, 50 cents per pound; waste paint, $ 1.10 per pound; general waste such as light bulbs, batteries, etc., $ 1.30 per pound; household hazardous waste, $ 1.50 per pound; and propane bottles, $ 10 each.

Credit cards are the only means of payment.

Mary Ann Thomas is a writer for Tribune-Review. You can contact Mary at 724-226-4691, [email protected] or via Twitter .


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