Important Announcements

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. We would like to thank all military personnel who have served and are currently serving in all branches of the United States Military. We greatly appreciate your service.
Snowy Weather
During snowy weather our trucks are NOT able to pick up on difficult roads such as: secondary roads, private lanes, hills, back-ins and backyard service. These will be attempted at a later time in the week, so leave your residential waste at the curb. Please remember it is the Customer’s responsibility to keep all containers accessible for our trucks. For Commercial Customers, if snow is piled in front of our container or the container enclosure, we will not service the container and additional fees may be charged 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. Thank you for your patience and understanding as safety is always important to us.

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.

What Can (and Can’t) Be Recycled in 2019 

1/31/2019

View our Recycling GuideWe shared an update recently about the global changes happening in the recycling market and how it affects both our company and our clients.Despite all of the changes this...Read More

The End of an Era? Why “Easy” Recycling is Changing

1/18/2019

A recent FiveThirtyEight article stated that we’re approaching the end of the era of “easy recycling.” And in a way, we have to agree. Our industry is in a time of change and recycling as we’ve known...Read More

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