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A Guide to Recycling Glass in Pittsburgh

Francesca Dabecco
Francesca Dabecco
Posted on September 14
Pennsylvania Resources Council’s new informational zine. (PRC)

Pennsylvania Resources Council’s new informational zine. (PRC)

Welcome to your Hey Pittsburgh bulletin board — a virtual space to place volunteer opportunities, fundraisers, workshops, and more things that help your neighbors.

🚦 Help the City Reimagine Forbes and Braddock

Do you live near Regent Square? You can have a say in intersection improvements at Forbes and Braddock at a meeting Sept. 18 at Waverly Presbyterian Church from 6 to 8 p.m.

🍎 Free Food in Polish Hill

The Polish Hill Civic Association is partnering with 412 Food Rescue for a food distribution event at the PHCA Building today and next Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.

🎤 Are You or a Loved One in Recovery?

Lost Dreams Awaken is marking National Recovery Month by hosting a BIPOC recovery summit at the Pittsburgh Shrine Center in Cheswick on Sept. 26. The Summit will celebrate, educate, and feature a host of special guest presenters dedicated to culturally-competent recovery practices.

🌱 Support Garfield Community Farm

Gather at Tree Pittsburgh’s headquarters on Oct. 7 for a fun evening of local appetizers, drinks, and art along the riverside. Proceeds will benefit the growth of the Garfield Community Farm.

♻️ How to Recycle Glass

Learn why, how, and where to recycle your glass with PRC’s new handy zine. The newest addition to the permanent drop-off locations is in Pine Township. Here’s a map of drop-off spots.

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