Good Morning Dallas Zero Waste! Are color photographs recyclable curbside?
When will you post something about the rest of the week? Are you resuming pickup on Wednesday, the 17th?
It sure would be nice if, on those rare occasions where we have more recycling than will fit in the bin, our recycling workers would take the broken down cardboard right next to the bin.
I enjoy how dedicated this page is to informing Dallas citizens in easy ways to stay green and reduce our waste! In an effort to promote another way to slim down to zero waste I wanted to share with y’all this new environmental documentary trailer I found on YouTube called “Kiss the Ground” ! It offers solutions to climate change and how we as individuals can help cut-down waste, practice regenerative agriculture and the beauty that is composting! It comes out on Netflix Sept 22 along with a Q&A virtual party event on Facebook!
hey guys! Im casting a paid commercial and looking for local recycling heroes in the Dallas area! People who are passionate about recycling and making their community a better place through their recycling/sustainability efforts. If you know anyone I would love to reach out to them! Super fun interesting project that shines a light on people making a difference in their community and ultimately for the greater good of the earth!! I can be reached at [email protected]
or please tag anyone here that might fit the bill!!!
Dallas Sanitation employees are working long, hard hours and taking extra precautions to safeguard public health and safety during the ongoing coronavirus threat. Watch this video to learn why two dedicated employees and their teams do the work that matters!
Plastic Free Home - Zero Waste & Living More Sustainably is another great page to follow 👍
Hey Recycle Ben!
Can I recycle styrofoam?
Waxed paper from cereal boxes?
Hi there, wondering if there are any free compost drop off locations in Dallas? Thanks!
Can window envelopes with cellophane be recycled? If not, what if I remove the cellophane? Tia!😁
Electronics Recycling: According to EPA the United States is estimated to have generated nearly 50 million tons of electronics waste in 2018 compared to 41.8 million tons worldwide in 2014. Currently the US produces about 14% of the world's electronic waste.
Join us for the July meeting of the North Texas Renewable Energy Group in Dallas to learn what one North Texas company is doing to address this growing problem.
Check back later on our website where we post presentations:
My family will be moving to Dallas in September. I’m an active member of my zero waste group here in NM. Is there an active group here in Dallas? I’d love some tips about where to shop, compost, etc.