Garbage and Recycling Pick-up is handled by:

Vogel Disposal

Please make sure that when carts are placed for curbside pick-up that the lids are completely closed.

Please do not place loose plastic bags in your recycle container. All bags should be stuffed into one bag and tied. This will prevent them from flying out of the truck and becoming litter along the roadways. Thank you for your cooperation!

Garbage Stickers may be purchased by credit card under the Online Payment Button. Stickers will then be mailed directly to you.

For questions, comments, concerns or to order garbage stickers, please contact:

Mike Schmidt
Title: Municipal Waste Coordinator
Phone: 724-935-3090 Ext 130

Waste Disposal Guidelines

Click to download the latest waste disposal guidelines.
Waste Disposal Guidelines 2014-2019

Trash Talk

Click to download Trash Talk. This also contains some Frequently Asked Questions pertaining to Trash/Recycling.

Trash Talk 2017-2018

Street Collection Schedule

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Pickup Schedule

Yard Waste Collection 2018

Green-top yard waste receptacles can be placed curbside beginning  APRIL 2, 2018 through   DECEMBER 12, 2018.

 Bulk Item Pick-up

List of Bulk items that will be picked up and associated sticker price.
Bulk Items

Holiday Pickup Schedule

Holiday Trash Schedule

ECS&R (Environmental Coordination Services and Recycling), at 724-432-3278, located at 129 Ash Stop Road, Evans City, PA 16033 is currently accepting Televisions and other electronics for recycling.

Cardboard Recycling – Larger Volume

Cardboard Recycling – Larger Volume Cardboard can now be recycled in your blue top recycle container placed curbside (cereal boxes, shoe boxes, etc.). For excess cardboard (from just moving in or box from large purchase) there is a large recycle container at the rear of the municipal building. PLEASE – all cardboard must be placed in the container at the rear of the building. If the container is full, DO NOT place the cardboard on the ground. Bring it back another day after the container has been emptied. When the cardboard gets wet, it cannot be recycled. Also, all boxes MUST be broken down so as to allow for more room in the container. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


For help in creating a recycling program for your business visit:
Visit the PA DEP Site

According to State Act 140, please be advised that all business in Pennsylvania are required to participate in a recycling program.

Beginning Jan. 24, 2013, a disposal ban on covered devices (such as TV’s) went into effect in Pennsylvania. From this point forward, no person may dispose of a covered device, or any of its components, with their municipal solid waste. These devices and their components must be properly recycled and may not be taken to, nor accepted by, landfills or other solid waste disposal facilities for disposal. However, non-hazardous residuals of covered devices that are produced during the recycling of those devices are excluded from the disposal ban.



The Allegheny County Health Department is sponsoring a program that offers curbside pickup and recycling of refrigerant-containing appliances which are no longer in use and need to be discarded. If the appliance is brought to ACHD recycling is free. However, ACHD offers curbside pick-up and inside-pick-up for a fee of $42.75 and $64.15, respectively.  Please note:  Prices are set by the Allegheny County Health Department and are subject to change without notification to Marshall Township.

The program is available to County residents only and includes refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, water coolers and other household appliances that contain refrigerants. No commercial appliances will be accepted.

The Appliance Warehouse and Parkway Heating and Air Conditioning are carrying out the program under contracts with the Health Department.

To arrange for curbside pickup of an appliance, residents countywide can call the Appliance Warehouse at 1-888-GO-FREON (1-888-463-7366) and those in the western suburbs are urged to call Parkway Heating and Air Conditioning at 412-279-6001.

The western suburbs include Bridgeville, Carnegie, Collier, Coraopolis, Crafton, Crescent, Findlay, Green Tree, Heidelberg, Ingram, Kennedy, McDonald, McKees Rocks, Moon, Neville, North Fayette, Oakdale, Pennsbury Village, Robinson, Rosslyn Farms, Scott, South Fayette, Stowe, and Thornburg.

Funded by a $150,000 grant from the County Clean Air Fund, the program aims to recycle at least 3,750 appliances this year. Nearly 8,000 refrigerant-containing appliances were collected and recycled in three earlier programs sponsored by the Health Department in 2006, 2007 and 2009.


Just a reminder that you cannot recycle styrofoam of any sort (peanuts, egg cartons, chunks). Bubble wrap is also unacceptable. You must place shedded paper in either a recyclable plastic bag or a brown paper bag to prevent the paper shreds from blowing out of the truck. Also remember pizza boxes are not recyclable.


YARDWASTE for the 2018 season will begin Monday, April 2, 2018 and will run through Wednesday, December 12, 2018.   Please do not bag the contents of your yardwaste containers (Green Top):  Grass, weeds, brush, branches 4″ or less only. If you would like to obtain an additional container, call Vogel Disposal at 724-625-1511 – there is a one-time $10 fee for delivery or you may purchase biodegradable bags and place beside your yardwaste container. RESIDENTS ON PRIVATE LANES MUST TAKE THEIR YARDWASTE CONTAINER or BAGS TO THE CLOSEST PUBLIC ROAD. VOGEL WILL NOT PICKUP YARDWASTE ON A PRIVATE LANE.

Marshall is proud to announce that our recycle counts have risen significantly since this program began.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Wheels for Wishes – Wheels for Wishes is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish® Pennsylvania and West Virginia.  We are proud to offer an easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUVs, RVs, or even boats, by turning them into a wish for a local child.  Click Wheels for Wishes for more information.


Special Collection – Household Hazardous Waste