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Pittsburgh CBS Local Story: "Garbage Man's Best Friend"

12/1/2020

Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David shared the story of a local garbage man who makes friends with all the neighborhood pups.Jason Webber, an employee of Vogel Disposal Service, has made a habit of befriending dogs along his route. Neighbors in the Seven Fields community started talking about the driver's generous distribution of dog treats each week. Now all the local pups look forward to...

Free E-Book: Waste and Recycling for Dummies

10/28/2020

Ever wonder what happens to your garbage after you wave goodbye at the curb? Are you curious about composting? Perplexed by recycling rules?Find out the answers and more in Waste & Recycling For Dummies!The National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) and Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF) have collaborated to produce a digital book published through For Dummies.The...

How to Reduce Waste During COVID Quarantine

8/14/2020

Over the past six months, Americans' at-home time has gone through the roof. One of the side-effects of the shutdown has been a dramatic increase in residential waste and recycling. All of your trash - from your plate scrapings to your shredded work documents - now ends up in your carts. That creates several issues:You may not have room in your cart(s) for everything you want to get rid of.You may...

Vogel Disposal and Shank Waste Service Welcomes Morrow Refuse Customers

7/21/2020

We are pleased to welcome the customers of Morrow Refuse to our service, effective July 1. Your service is now handled by either Vogel Disposal or Shank Waste Service.Below are the documents you should have received by mail, explaining which company is serving you now. If you have not received these documents, or if you have any questions about your service, please contact us online or call us at...

Jackson Township Clean Up Days 2020 - Dates Announced

6/16/2020

Dates for the annual Clean Up days for Jackson Township have been announced.Jackson Township residents have received a coupon in the mail from the township. Please bring your coupon and ID, along with up to one truckload of unwanted items, to Seneca Landfill. Jackson Twp:June 22 - 26 from 8am - 2pmJune 27 from 8am - Noon**JACKSON TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS ONLY – LIMIT ONE (1) TRUCKLOAD PER HOUSEHOLD**...

Lancaster Township's Clean-Up 2020

5/29/2020

Seneca Landfill has once again partnered with Lancaster Township to help residents dispose of unwanted items.Lancaster Twp Clean-Up Days:June 8 - 12 from 8am - 2pmJune 13 from 8am - NoonNOTE: You will need to print the 2nd page of this PDF. It MUST BE PRESENTED IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE. PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY. ACCEPTABLE ITEMS: Furniture, Tires (2 PER FAMILY, OFF THE RIM), Empty Paint Cans (dried is...

COVID-19 and Your Garbage

4/20/2020

The situation with COVID-19 has been continually evolving over the past month. Like the rest of the world, the waste industry is doing its best to understand this complex and evolving situation. We are taking guidance from SWANA, OSHA and other health/safety experts for the wellbeing of our employees as well as you, our customers.We have received questions from concerned customers about how their...

Coronavirus Update

3/16/2020

The health and safety of our employees and their families is of critical importance to our company. As the impact of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak continues to evolve, our company’s attention falls directly on the safety and wellbeing of our employees, families, and the communities in which we serve. We are closely following the recommendations by health and industry leaders...

How to Properly Dispose of Old Batteries

12/26/2019

Have you ever wondered how you should dispose of your old batteries? You’re not alone. In fact, roughly 29 percent of Americans aren’t sure how to dispose of their old batteries. Many consumers tend to put them in their recycling bin or end up hoarding them. However, both of these methods are incorrect. To make things even more complex, there are many different kinds of batteries. So how do you...

Vogel Disposal Service, Inc. Announces Driver of the Year for 2019

12/23/2019

Mars, PA – Vogel Disposal Service, Inc. is pleased to announce the recipient of their 2019 Driver of the Year Award, Earl Skiff, Jr. Earl is a driver in the Roll-Off Department and has been with the company for 16 years. He has demonstrated excellence in safety, work ethic, customer service, and compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. We are fortunate to have him as part...

Vogel Holiday Door Decorating Contest

12/16/2019

'Tis the season when everything gets a bit more jolly.This year, the staff at Vogel Disposal Service engaged in the holiday hijinks of a door decorating competition. We knew our employees were talented, but they truly blew us away with their creative skills! Everyone is a winner.Below is a gallery of some of their work. Stop into the office and experience the winter wonderland we've created.

What to do with Glass (December 2019)

12/9/2019

Many of you are wondering what to do with glass. There have been many changes in the industry over the past year, which has presented some confusion. We appreciate your patience as we have adapted to the industry and the market in planning how to best make use of glass.Glass will be collected in your recycling container from your municipality to be repurposed for another use.Glass is repurposed,...

‘Tis The Season for Responsible Recycling!

12/3/2019

As we inch closer to the holidays, you’ll probably be busy with last-minute shopping and wrapping gifts for loved ones. It’s undoubtedly a chaotic time of year and recycling is probably the last thing on your mind. But did you know the amount of trash produced in the US increases by 25 percent during the holidays? That’s about one million tons of extra garbage every week! By reducing how much we...

Seneca Landfill Completes Acid Mine Treatment System

11/14/2019

This summer, Seneca Landfill, Inc. (Seneca) completed construction of an acid mine treatment system in Washington Township, Butler County on PA State Game Lands #95. The area was abandoned and left unreclaimed following past coal mining activity on the property. Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) from a seep known as SR89 was discharging directly into Slippery Rock Creek, polluting the water and damaging...

Celebrating Our American Heroes, Thanking Our Employees

11/8/2019

Veterans Day, observed November 11th, is a time to reflect on the brave men and women that served in the United States Armed Forces. We honor this important holiday by celebrating the heroes who selflessly and courageously gave of themselves for our country and our freedom. We are especially grateful to all of our employees at Vogel Disposal that are veterans.Vogel Welcomes Veterans to ApplyVogel...