- Newsprint recycling gets fresh start with dropoffs. // BioCycle;Oct96, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p25
Reports on the opening of four dropoff sites for collection of old newspapers for recycling on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Contract of city with Pittsburgh Recycling Services on sale of newsprint.
- PA: Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA. // Advocate;12/10/85, Issue 435, p31
Reports that Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based gay organization Pittsburgh Gay Chorus has changed its name to Renaissance City Choir.
- Fine Time to Recycle. Ursery, Stephen // Waste Age;Sep2004, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p12
Reports on the imposition of fines to those who would violate the recycling law in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Goal of the project; Benefits of recycling to the city.
- Pittsburgh resumes newspaper pickup. // Waste News;5/12/97, Vol. 2 Issue 51, p6
Reports that after Pittsburgh awarded Pittsburgh Recycling Services Incorporated a contract to process its recyclables, the city planned to resume collecting newspaper at the curb from its households. Number of dropoff sites Pittsburgh has been collecting newspaper from since September 1996;...
- Cash from trash. // Executive Report;Nov96, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p16
Part II. Focuses on recycling in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Comparison with landfilling municipal waste; City's contract with Browning-Ferris Industries; Potential income from steel recycling.
- New recycling contractor. // BioCycle;Oct95, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p27
Reports on Prins Recycling Corp.'s three-year contract with Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to process and market the city's curbside recyclables. Enhancement of the efficiency of the program; Increase in the volume of paper being recycled; Emphasis on public education; Initial processing of...
- Doubling efforts. Killman, Curtis // Waste News;03/24/97, Vol. 2 Issue 44, p7
Discusses Pittsburgh's yard-waste collection program that has been doubled in the recycling area since 1993. What Pittsburgh's yard-waste lags behind; Statistical information on yard-waste collected for 1996; Requirement of 1998 state law; Comments from David Mazza, city recycling program...
- No contest. Dickerson, Linda A. // Executive Report;Sep97, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p3
Relates the author's vacation in Cleveland, Ohio. Reaction of the author's friends when she announced her intention to vacation in Cleveland; Event that secured Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's place as the Renaissance City; Person responsible for the economic surge of Cleveland.
- Pittsburgh picks BFI. Daniels, Steve // Waste News;7/8/96, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p2
Reports on the selection of Browning-Ferries Industries (BFI) by the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to process its household recyclables under a one-year contract. Termination of contract with Prins Recycling Corp. for sending city's recyclables to a landfill; Decision to give Waste...
- Pittsburgh. Oster, Doug // Organic Gardening;Aug/Sep2013, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p14
This article reveals that Pittsburgh, which once had the reputation as one of the U.S.' most productive, but polluted, cities, had experienced a vibrantly green renaissance by practicing sustainability. The author reveals that the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens offers the best example...