Reports, resources, and records
Litter and Illegal Dumping Roundtable
The Clean Pittsburgh Litter and illegal Dumping Roundtable is an innovation-based discussion allowing the City to hear from non-profit and civic leaders, academics and government officials on the topic of litter and illegal dumping. Our event on July 9th 2015 was recorded and broadcast on the City of Pittsburgh Cable Channel and can currently be viewed on the City’s YouTube Channel.
- Roundtable Agenda
- High Cost of Litter
- Roundtable Wrap Up and Recommendations
- Enforcement Presentation
- Framing the Issue
- Behavioral Change
Together for a Cleaner Pittsburgh
Commemorating the Clean Pittsburgh Commission’s 10th Anniversary in 2016, Shannon Chavez Productions created a video highlighting the work of its members, partner organizations, and the dedicated volunteers who make it all possible.
The Garbage Olympics is a citywide volunteer event/competition where teams from different neighborhoods collect litter and vie for awards like most garbage collected, strangest item found, and the dirtiest volunteer! The Garbage Olympics began in 2017 with a pilot program involving 6 East End neighborhoods, then in 2018 with the support of the CPC expanded to 22 neighborhoods.
In 2019, The Garbage Olympics had 34 neighborhoods competing, totaling:
- 554+ volunteers
- 974+ bags of garbage
- 134+ tires
- 95+ TV’s
- 15 mattresses
- 8 couches
- 6 shopping carts
- 4 pallets
- 1 fridge and
- 1 dishwasher full of silverware and glass
OnePGH’s Roadmap to Zero Waste
City of Pittsburgh’s Climate Action Plan
Love your Block Grants
PRC Collection Events
Allegheny CleanWays Volunteer Opportunities
Department of Permits, Licenses, and Inspections - buildingeye
Environmental Services Collection Schedule
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