Allegheny CleanWays' Retired and Senior Vounteers Recognized in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Post-Gazette published an article on February 21st about our DumpBuster Coordinator Joe Divack and his work with the DumpBuster program. A significant proportion of our regular volunteers are 55+. The DumpBusters program couldn't move the tonnage of debris that is does every week without these dedicated volunteers. From January 1st, 2013 to February 21st alone, the DumpBusters program removed 19 tons of debris and 3,200 tires from hillsides, vacant lots, and roadways in Allegheny County. The next time you see one of our DumpBuster volunteers, thank them for the great work they are doing!

The DumpBusters program isn't just for experienced regular volunteers, we'd love to see some new faces! If you enjoy volunteering with us occasionally on weekends or even if you just learned about Allegheny CleanWays, please consider joining our DumpBusters crew. Joe works 6 days a week, which means you have unprecedented flexibility in choosing when you volunteer. Weekdays, Weekends, morning or afternoon. Email for more information.