For over 25 years, ECS&R has been providing environmental health, safety, and recycling services to the commercial, academic, and residential sectors.

Recycling Services

We specialize in properly recycling & disposing of  hazardous materials harmful to the environment such as electronics (“e-waste”), household hazardous waste (“HHW”) and universal waste. With our various recycling service offerings listed below , we ensure “hard to recycle” items can be easily recycled. Click the images for a list of items accepted.

Electronics and Household Hazardous Waste Pick Up Service for Residential Sector
Recycling Center Drop Off Locations- Butler (Evans City), Eastern Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Cochranton, Erie (Millcreek)
Saturday Electronics and Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Events

When you choose ECS&R, you can rest assured that your materials are being properly and responsibly recycled and disposed. ECS&R operates a fully permitted electronics de-manufacturing facility (ReCom) with R2 certification. Utilizing our recycling centers ensures that your old tv’s, computers and other electronic devices are broken down into individual components and properly recycled. All hard drives are shredded for destruction of confidential data, protecting our clients from liabilities associated with improper recycling.

Hazardous Waste Management

When it comes to hazardous waste management we assist with program design and implementation as well as disposal. Waste programs are for household hazardous waste, universal waste, electronic waste, hazardous waste, residual waste, etc. Waste management services range from program design, implementation and management to materials handling such as pumping, packaging and hauling. Included in our Waste Management Programs is our Emergency Spill Response. We respond 24/7 to emergency spills with trained professional personnel. No response is too big or small for ECS&R. Call our hotline at 866-815-0016.

Industrial Cleaning

We take care of the dirty work so that your facility can focus on doing what you do best. We specialize in tank cleaning, pit cleaning, equipment cleaning, etc. Our industrial cleaning services range from general industry to the energy industry such as oil and gas development.

Environmental Health & Safety Training & Consulting

Our Environmental Health and Safety Consulting and Training Team will train your employees in safety and environmental compliance. We specialize in designing and implementing environmental health and safety programs in any working environment.

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Electronic and Hazardous Waste Recycling Drop-Off Program Begins Next Week

Starting July 24, for the first time since TVs and computers were banned from Pennsylvania landfills in 2010, the City of Pittsburgh will subsidize a twice-weekly option for electronics and household hazardous waste recycling at a drop-off site in the Strip District.

The City’s Bureau of Environmental Services will host a contracted vendor, Environmental Coordination Services and Recycling (ECS&R), to accept materials at their 3001 Railroad Street facility Wednesdays from 3-8pm and Sundays from 9am-5pm.

Drop-off appointments must be scheduled in advance through or by calling 814-425-7773.

This program was approved last year by Mayor Bill Peduto and City Council from legislation introduced by Councilwoman Theresa Kail Smith and former Councilman (and current mayoral Chief of Staff) Dan Gilman.

E-waste and hazardous waste must be recycled in ways that comply with state and federal laws. The cost to recycle most TVs and computers will be 40 cents per pound, so the fee for recycling a 50 pound TV will be around $20. The full list of items and fees associated is posted at

Services will expand early this fall to include pick-up options for an additional fee, as well as neighborhood events.

3001 Railroad Street (close to the 31st St Bridge)
Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Every Wednesday, 3 - 8 pm
Every Sunday, 9 am - 5 pm

Schedule a ten minute drop-off time at or by calling 814-425-7773

Fees apply for most items. Find material list and fees at or contact 311

Both checks and credit cards accepted for payment (3% card processing fee will be applied)
Check it out! Recycling options for Pittsburgh residents!
Pittsburgh residents starting Wednesday will be able to dispose of trash deemed hazardous, including TVs, computers, paint and batteries, for a fee at the Bureau of Environmental Services facility in the Strip District. The city is contracting with Cochranton-based Environmental Coordination Service...
The wait is finally over! City of Pittsburgh drop off recycling center will open on Wednesday, July 24, 2019!

Where? 3001 Railroad St. Pittsburgh, PA 15201
When? Wednesdays from 3 pm - 8 pm and Sundays from 9 am - 5 pm
What? Electronics, chemicals, batteries, and bulbs
How? for more info and to schedule a REQUIRED drop off time

Fees Apply
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Electronics - Chemicals - Batteries - Bulbs
The next FREE Braddock Hills curbside pickup will be on Tuesday, August 20, 2019. to register!

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