People can receive a rebate of up to $2,000 for purchasing a vehicle which uses an alternative fuel source.
Appliances with Freon will be accepted for a small fee during Saturday's event.
People can recycle wrapping paper, bags, and lights at several Blair County locations.
Upcoming event will collect aerosols, pesticides, poisonous liquids and more
Businesses, non-profits and more eligible for part of $10 million from the state
Anything from car batteries to pesticides will be accepted at the event.
Wolf Furniture in State College hosted the second Central PA Green shredding event of 2013.
Area residents still cleaning their yard have a place to dispose of yard waste.
Customers will receive rebates for recycling those appliances.
People will have a chance to drop off larger items and tires at an upcoming event.
Art Austin from Bergmeier's Hauling Inc. joins Dawn to talk about several big shredding and e-waste events coming up in Central PA.
Items being collected include all campaign signs, stakes, pamphlets, buttons, and posts
Everything from TV's to cereal boxes to old Reader's Digests will be accepted free-of-charge
Another successful community shred event Wednesday!
An area businessman says he has a new product that could help people eliminate or greatly reduce their hot water bills.
Cars lined up to drop off old electronics as part of a program organized by the Blair County Department of Solid Waste & WeRecycle
More abandoned mine sites in Pennsylvania will be cleaned up thanks to a $2.2 million dollar grant from the Department of Environmental Protection.
In Centre County a big effort continues Saturday to take your hazardous waste safely from your house, school or workplace.
WTAJ hosted a record-breaking shredding event in Altoona on Wednesday riding residents of important documents safely.
If your small or large business and even your home wants a filing upgrade talk to WPS first!
The turbine will power three computers inside the school.
Beginning Friday, March 16, the Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority will add Miscellaneous Plastic Containers to their recycling program.
The numbers are in and Blair County recycled more than 15 tons of holiday packaging this season.
Fifteen Centre County schools participated in a national and state-wide school recycling competition. Mountaintop Area Elementary School claimed victory in the local competition, state and national winners have not been announced.
When it comes to recycling, Americans' actions don't always match their good intentions.
Blair County residents can drop off their hazardous household items on Saturday.
A Blair county resident finds out it pays to recycle.
Water consumption in the average American home on summer days can spike to 1,000 gallons per day, compared to 260 gallons per day during "off peak" season.
Johnstown Area Energy Fair Is Free And Open To The Public
Volunteers plan to clean up an illegal dump site threatening a natural spring.
An area hospital looks into Going Green by cutting down on Red Bag use.
Conservancy groups say eating local food is good for the body and the economy.
The Blair County Conservation District talked about the dangers of runoff water.
A partnership between several environmental agencies helps local organizations improve area streams.
Area students make video projects to promote recycling.
Folks in one county can win cash for being a top recycler.
The Senior Environment Corps is expanding to areas that need it most.
Harmful acid mine drainage is cleaned up and turned into something positive.
An abandoned tire dump in Beaver County is on the State Department of Environmental Protection's priority clean-up list.
A local state park is being honored for slashing their carbon footprint.
Over $500,000 in improvements will be made, and it won't cost taxpayers a penny.
Penn State Altoona students are having fun going green.
A green way to shop might have a heavy metal problem.
A new department is created to recruit and help energy companies move in to the area.
A new congressionally mandated study says the U.S. military will not benefit from alternative energy research.
The Pennsylvania Farm Show has been described as part classroom, part kitchen, part farm and all fun. This year it can be described as a little more green as well.