Important Announcements

Christmas Tree Pick Up
Pine Twp 2nd thru 13th, Marshall Twp 9th thru 20th, Cranberry Twp 9th thru 20th, Richland Twp the full month of Jan
Container Service during snowy weather
Remember to keep all containers accessible for our trucks. If snow is piled in front of our container or the container enclosure, it makes the container unserviceable and may incur additional fees because the container was blocked. Consider "dummy locking" to avoid frozen locks. Poles of enclosures should be left outside the designated holes in freezing temperatures. All lids should be closed. Containers with wheels need to have a cleared path to the truck.
Live Christmas Tree Disposal/Recycling
Please check your individual municipality within the residential section for proper disposal of your Christmas tree. Your county has many locations to recycle your tree. Contact your county's recycling program for details.
Observance days Collection Schedule:
There is no change in your collection schedule for the following observances: Martin Luther King Jr., President's Day, Columbus Day, and Veteran's Day.

Welcome to Vogel Disposal Service, Inc.

Founded by Edward L. and Margaret Vogel in 1958 with a single truck, Vogel Disposal has grown to become one of the largest independent providers of waste collection and disposal services in Western Pennsylvania. We proudly provide waste and recycling services to community residents and businesses in the Butler County, Allegheny County, Armstrong County and Westmoreland County areas. Find out which waste removal solutions we can provide for you.

Vogel Disposal News

Vogel Disposal Service, Inc. Announces Driver of the Year for 2016

Vogel Disposal Service, Inc. is pleased to announce the recipient of their 2016 Driver of the Year Award, Edward Mueller. Ed is a Front Loader Driver in the Commercial Department and has been with...Read More

Proper Disposal of Needles and Sharps

When our employees handle your trash every week, they take on the risk that they might encounter something dangerous. One of the most dangerous things they might come across is a contaminated needle....Read More