The latest news from Tri-County Industries. Look here for announcements, special information and notifications.

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Reuse Fest, Hard-To-Recycle Events, Household Chemical Collection and More!

3/13/2018

The PA Resources Council has released its 2018 schedule of events for Drug Take-Back, Hard-To-Recycle Collections, Household Chemical Collections, and Reuse Fest. Reuse Fest Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018 Time: 10 AM - 2 PM Location: Children's Hospital Employee Parking Lot (55th and Harrison Streets, Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh) Details: Donate your gently-used materials...Read More

Seneca Landfill's Renewable Energy Mission

2/15/2018

What happens to your garbage after it leaves your house? You may think that when your trash goes into the landfill, that's the end of the story. But at Seneca Landfill, that's just the beginning! Seneca Landfill, part of the Vogel Holding family of businesses, has taken on the valuable task of turning landfill gas into renewable energy. Natural gas can be used for fueling CNG...Read More

Trash Pickup in Winter Weather

2/1/2018

Winter weather makes everything a little bit trickier. Even small things, like picking up your garbage, can become complicated when there are several inches of snow on the ground. To ensure that you receive consistent service, please make sure to follow these guidelines. How should you prepare your trash for collection? Trash Cart: Use trash bags and keep the lid closed. Drivers will not...Read More

Tri-County Industries, Inc. Announces Driver of the Year for 2017

12/26/2017

Tri-County Industries, Inc. is pleased to announce the recipient of their 2017 Driver of the Year Award, Joseph Owens. Joe is a Front Loader Driver in the Commercial Department and has been with the company for a remarkable 30+ years. Joe has demonstrated excellence in safety, work ethic, customer service, and compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Joe and his wife,...Read More

Happy Holidays from the Vogel Family

12/22/2017

As the holiday season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and those who have helped to shape our businesses over the past 60 years. When we here at Tri-County Industries think of all the benefits of being in our business, we quickly think of our relationships with great customers like you. Thank you for giving us the chance to serve you. The end of the year brings no...Read More

First Annual Food Drive Concludes

12/20/2017

This holiday season, the Vogel Holding companies completed our first company-wide food drive. We placed 95-gallon containers at each business to collect our employees' donations of non-perishable foods and household goods. The response was even warmer than we could have expected. Employees at each company were thrilled to donate, knowing that their contributions would be used to help...Read More

TCI Employees Toss Food in Cans - For a Great Cause

12/15/2017

For the past month, Tri-County Industries employees have been throwing away food... for a great cause! Starting November 27th, clean bins were placed at each Vogel Holding company to collect new, unopened food and household essentials. On December 18th, foods and goods will be picked up by 412 Food Rescue/724 Food Rescue and the Grove City Community Food Pantry. The collected items will be...Read More

Multi-Million Dollar Upgrade at TC Recycling

11/16/2017

We're proud to share that our parent company, Vogel Holding, has recently invested in state-of-the-art sorting and processing equipment for our sister company, TC Recycling. The recycling line has been completely overhauled with a new system able to process 600 tons of recyclables per week - four times more than before! This massive investment is helping divert more recyclable materials...Read More

America Recycles Day 2017

11/9/2017

Tri-County Industries feels strongly that recycling is critical to the environment and economy of America, so in honor of America Recycles Day (November 15, 2017) we want to answer some frequently asked questions about recycling. Does recycling really make a difference? Yes, recycling absolutely makes a difference. We cannot overstate that. Recycling has important environmental,...Read More

DEA’s Announces Prescription Drug Take Back Day

10/26/2017

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, to be held on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. This is a great...Read More

Food Waste Powers Homes in Western PA

10/6/2017

If you're like most Americans, there's something in your refrigerator that's past its prime. Maybe it's leftovers from last week's dinner. Maybe it's produce that you didn't have time to cook. Or perhaps it's a jar of salsa that you don't even remember buying. When you do get a chance to toss it out, you may think that's the end of the road. But if...Read More

TCI's Dedication to Sustainability

8/23/2017

As part of the Vogel Holding family of businesses, Tri-County Industries is committed to more than just making sure your trash is picked up each week. We're part of a bigger mission which involves holding ourselves accountable for the proper, safe and responsible handling of waste materials. Tri-County Industries' dedicated team works to ensure your trash and recycling are handled and...Read More

Seneca Landfill Powers Western PA

7/31/2017

Since 2011, Seneca Landfill (part of the Vogel Holding family of businesses) has converted landfill gases into enough green energy to heat over 18,000 homes per year in Western Pennsylvania. But how does a landfill become a renewable energy resource? When organic matter ends up in a landfill, it breaks down over time. As it breaks down, it generates gases, including methane. Methane is a...Read More

Tire Disposal: How to Legally Dispose of Tires in PA

7/24/2017

Waste tires and stockpiled tires can create many health, environmental and safety issues, so it is important to know how to properly manage them. In Pennsylvania, it is illegal to knowingly dispose of whole waste tires in a landfill or to mix whole tires with solid waste destined for disposal at a landfill. For this reason, please DO NOT throw tires in with your municipal curbside trash...Read More

TCI Congratulates Retiree Bill Hallenbeck

7/12/2017

Congratulations to Bill Hallenbeck on his retirement after 36 years at Tri-County Industries. Bill started in 1981 as a residential driver and ended his career with us as a roll-off driver. We wish Bill all the best in his retirement! Read More