DumpBuster video by Unsung (Pittsburgh Foundation)

Unsung Online News made this excellent video of our DumpBusters program. Watch it to see what our veteran volunteers do on a regular basis.

2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival - October 29th!

Wild & Scenic Film Fest

Allegheny CleanWays is excited to announce that we will be partnering with Pennsylvania Resources Council to host the 1st Annual Pittsburgh Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

Another Way to Support Allegheny CleanWays

Here's a way to support Allegheny CleanWays while shopping online -just shop at AmazonSmile, choose Allegheny CleanWays as the recipient of your donation, and .5% of the sale will go to us.


    June Newsletter - Guest Article: Using Community Composting to Address Illegal Dumping in Stanton Heights by Mike Sturges

    The current stewardship of the green space at the intersection of Stanton Ave. and Woodbine St. in Stanton Heights started with a compost pile.  When I purchased my house in Stanton Heights in 2009, I quickly found that I was in need of a way to responsibly address my yard waste.  I asked a neighbor what they did and was told to “wait until there aren’t any cars coming, carry it across the street and dump it over the hill in the greenspace”—the classic Pittsburgh answer.

    Keep America Beautiful Youth Advisory Council Application

    Do you know a young person who is passionate about  their community and the environment and would make a great leader? 

    Keep America Beautiful is accepting applications for the National Youth Advisory Council. This is a unique opportunity for ten high school students (15-18 years old) from diverse backgrounds across the nation to participate in a service-learning and leadership development program.  Participants will contribute to and inform KAB on programs while acting as ambassadors and leaders for youth service in their communities.  

      Allegheny Cleanways February Newsletter - Volunteer Competition Round 3 Winner: Stuart Meyers

      - by Hannah Geiser


      Since June 2013, Allegheny CleanWays has awarded the volunteer with the most hours over a two month period with an Infurn giant bean bag. The winner for the months of November and December is Stuart Meyers, with 47 hours. Previous winners were Joseph Onstott with 48 hours and John Erickson with 28 hours. Round 4 will end on February 28th.

      Stuart is a dedicated volunteer, both with Allegheny CleanWays and with other organizations.  As a recent retiree, he continues doing what he loves.