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  • Nature of Place Symposium

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    A Symposium About Biophilia

    The implications of biophilia extend across a vast array of disciplines including design and engineering, nutrition, psychology, public health, education, biology and the humanities. Biophilia is expressed all over the world every day, through complex collaborations such as the design and construction of buildings and landscapes; and intimate, personal encounters including nature hikes and home gardening.

    Since 2013, Phipps has held a monthly Biophilia: Pittsburgh gathering to bring creative minds together for learning, exploring and strengthening the bonds between people and the natural world. At Phipps’ first Nature of Place Symposium, this concept finds a new expression as leaders across disciplines come together to discuss the influence and impact of biophilia on their work and the work of the future. The event will include an opening reception and keynote speaker on the evening of Wed., Feb. 19 and a day of presentations and panels on Thurs., Feb. 20.

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

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    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

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    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

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    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

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    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

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    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

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    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

    Leave a Comment

    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org

  • Glass Recycling Collection Event

    Leave a Comment

    In response to the sudden removal of glass from many residential recycling programs in the Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania Resources Council will launch a network of pop-up glass recycling events in 2019. The pop-up sites will be sponsored by local governments committed to recycling and who recognize that glass remains a recyclable material with vibrant demand in the regional and national recycled materials marketplace.

    -All events will be on Saturdays, open from 9am – 2pm
    -No cost to users
    -PRC staff and volunteers will be on site to assist recyclers

    -Accepted: all colors of glass bottles and jars.
    -NOT accepted: drinking glasses or stemware, window glass, ceramics.

    For more information and full list of dates, see PRC’s website.

    If you are interested in bringing glass collection events to your area please reach out to your local municipality and ask them to contact PRC at glass@prc.org