The Environmental Sustainability Board wrote: About three years ago, the first Environmental Sustainability Board met for the first time in a conference room in the Municipal Building. Three members were appointed by the Commissioners, three were appointed by the School Board and the Board selected a seventh member itself. Together the Board appointees began...Read more
Almost every time it rains in Allegheny County raw sewage flows into our rivers and streams. Our rivers are the main source of drinking water for 90% of our region's residents. We are legally required to stop the sewer overflows that are polluting our rivers. Learn more: www.cleanriverscampaign.com...Read more
From the Mt. Lebanon Magazine: The final tallies are in. It was a hard-fought contest (well, except for Scott Township). Ten contenders vied all through 2011 to win one of two prestigious, never-before-awarded trophies, to show their commitment to the single-stream recycling mania that is engulfing the South Hills Read more here: http://lebomag.com/2090/mt-lebanon-south-park-take-top-recycling-honors/...Read more
Join the environmental team at its 2012 Kickoff Meeting: Wed Feb 8th 7pm to 9pm at the Mt Lebanon Municipal Building....Read more
What's the fastest way to warm up your car? Turns out its by driving it! Even in cold weather your car's engine only needs a few seconds for the oil to circulate to be ready to drive. So scrape the ice off your windshield, start up the engine and go! Read about
Check out today's Tribune article about the South Hills recycling competition. Thanks to the Environmental Team's Andy Baram and Mt. Lebanon Public Works' Tom Kelley for making a difference.Read more
"Combined, (all competitors) are 10 percent over where we were in 2010," Kelley said. "I'd like to think the competition had something...
Test your home for radon. Radon is an invisible radioactive gas that causes lung cancer. Testing is the only way you can know if your home contains high radon levels. "Indoor radon gas is a national health problem....Read more
Do you want to help make Mt. Lebanon a better place to live, work and play? Join the Environmental Team and help "green" Mt. Lebanon. Over the past 2 years the Environmental Team has made great progress towards making Mt. Lebanon a more sustainable community. Issues we have addressed include:Read more
- Transportation: Instituted a no idling campaign at...
Lebogreen.org is undergoing a revision. This new version makes it easier to add fresh and dynamic content, interact with community members and promote green sustainable practices within the Mt. Lebanon community....Read more
'Tis the time of year for celebration. The smell of gingerbread cookies, spiced apple cider and pine trees means its Christmas season! Make your Christmas a bit more green by recycling your tree. From the muncipal website:
Christmas Tree Disposal
Christmas trees will be picked up at curbside for recycling by Waste Management on Saturday, January 7 and Saturday, January 14, 2012....Read more