The latest news from Vogel Disposal Service. Look here for announcements, special information and notifications.

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Vogel's RNG Station Featured in Waste360

11/6/2018

Vogel Holding's compressed natural gas (CNG) stations have been featured in Waste360. Click here to read the full article.The two CNG stations - one at Seneca Landfill and one at Vogel Disposal Service in Mars - are part of our effort for end-to-end responsibility.The Lego-V CNG station has been attracting a lot of attention as the first of its kind in Pennsylvania. After capturing methane from...Read More

New "Slow Down to Get Around" Law in PA

10/30/2018

In a few weeks, PA will become the newest state with a "Slow Down to Get Around" law. This legislation was written to help keep waste collection employees safe, and to educate drivers on how to safely pass collection vehicles on the road.Here's what you need to know:"Section 4572.2 ... requires solid waste collection vehicles to activate a bright yellow strobe light affixed to the roof while...Read More

DEA’s 2018 Prescription Drug Take Back Day

10/24/2018

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, to be held on Saturday October 27th, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To find your nearest location, visit https://takebackday.dea.gov/. If you have unused, unneeded prescription drugs, this is a safe, convenient, and responsible way to get rid of them. The Take Back Day provides an...Read More

ACT Feature: "A Unique Approach to Renewable Fuel Market Development"

10/5/2018

In a recent ACT News executive interview, Ed Vogel of Vogel Holding and Seneca Landfill discusses his unique approach to renewable fuel market development, highlighting how Vogel became the first company in Pennsylvania to refine landfill gas into RNG for vehicle fuel. "Ed Vogel Sr. started the company’s first municipal waste landfill in 1965, the Seneca Landfill in Butler County....Read More

Be Septic Smart!

10/2/2018

Vogel Disposal Service is dedicated to improving our communities and protecting our environment. We have experts on staff to ensure that we're keeping the water and air around us clean, pure and healthy. Part of our mission is to raise awareness about how you can play a part, too. Household pollution is one of the leading contributors of environmental problems, including groundwater...Read More

Can You Put Medical Syringes in the Trash?

9/4/2018

Medical syringes and lancets are medical wastes known as "sharps." Sharps can be very dangerous to those who are handling residential waste. With our drivers' safety in mind, here are the rules for placing insulin syringes in the trash. Syringes used at home can be recapped and placed into a heavy-duty plastic container with the lid taped on and placed into the trash. Examples...Read More

Closed on Labor Day

8/31/2018

We will be closed on Labor Day, September 3. Your weekly collection will be one day later this week. Read More

TC Recycling's State of the Art Equipment

8/29/2018

Ever wonder what you shouldn't recycle? Or why you can now put all of your recyclables into one container? TC Recycling's video answers these questions (and more) in their new video! In 2017, our sister company TC Recycling invested several million dollars into state-of-the-art sorting and processing equipment. This new equipment is able to process 600 tons of...Read More

Be Stormwater Smart

7/24/2018

Stormwater runoff pollution is a widespread challenge for communities across Pennsylvania. Over the past 100 years, roads, parking lots, sidewalks, and roofs have become a major part of our communities. As a result, rain that should naturally soak into the ground instead goes into storm drains and, from there, directly into rivers and streams. This stormwater carries significant pollution,...Read More

Seneca Opens CNG Facility Fueled by Landfill Gas

6/4/2018

Seneca Landfill, Inc. recently opened a fast-fill compressed natural gas (CNG) facility, under the name of Lego-V. Seneca is a division of Vogel Holding, Inc. Vogel is the first company in Pennsylvania to capture the landfill gas that they generate, refine it into natural gas, and then compress it into CNG fuel. That CNG fuel is used by the same vehicles that collect the waste that is...Read More

Closed for Memorial Day

5/23/2018

We will be closed on Memorial Day, May 28. Your weekly collections will be one day later this week. Read More

Jackson Township Cleanup June 2018

5/14/2018

Dates for the annual Clean Up days for Jackson Township have been announced. Jackson Township residents have received a coupon in their Spring 2018 Township Newsletter. Please bring your coupon, along with up to one truckload of unwanted items, to Seneca Landfill. For more information, visit http://www.jackson-township.com. Monday-Friday June 18-22 from 8am -2pm Saturday June 23 from...Read More

Lancaster Township Community Clean Up 2018

5/8/2018

Dates for the annual Clean Up days Lancaster Township have been announced. Seneca Landfill has again agreed to partner with Lancaster Township to host its residents the week of June 4, 2018 to dispose of unwanted items. Residents have received a newsletter with a coupon for this event. Bring your coupon, along with up to one truckload of unwanted items, to Seneca Landfill. Monday - Friday...Read More

Hard to Recycle Collection Events Start May 12

5/8/2018

Hard To Recycle Collections Dates, Times and Locations: -- May 12: Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills, Frazer Township, Allegheny County -- June 16: Bethel Park High School, Allegheny County -- June 30: Quaker Valley High School, Leetsdale, Allegheny County -- August 25: Century III Mall, West Mifflin, Allegheny County -- October 6: Settlers Cabin Park, Allegheny County Accepted...Read More

Household Chemical Cleanup Events Start May 5

5/2/2018

Household Chemical Collection Events Dates, Times and Locations: -- May 5: from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at North Park Swimming Pool parking lot -- May 19: Concurrent Technologies Corporation ETF Facility, Johnstown, Cambria County -- June 23: Fairgrounds, Fayette County -- July 21: Wild Things Park, Washington County -- August 18: Boyce Park, Allegheny County -- September 22:...Read More