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Only you can prevent fires in recycling trucks by not throwing batteries in your bin! Take them to a separate drop off location to be recycled. Find a drop off location nearest you at TimeToRecycle.com. #TimeToRecycle #KnowWhatToThrow
Here’s a tip you can incorporate in your daily routine: Carry a plastic bag in your car and treat it as a portable trash can until you can get home. This reduces litter that could hit the streets! Learn more everyday tips at www.reportdfwdumping.org/take-action/prevention-tips.html.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Show your curbside recycling bin some love by throwing rinsed out cans in your bin! Learn what else can be “loved” by your recycling bin at TimeToRecycle.com. #TimeToRecycle #KnowWhatToThrow #ValentinesDay
Do you wear masks daily at work? Be sure to throw them in the trash when you are done! Disposable masks should never be tossed into your recycling bin. #MaskUp #MaskUpTexas
On National Pizza Day, remember to keep any greasy cardboard boxes OUT of your recycling bin. If it gets thrown in the recycling, the grease in the cardboard will contaminate recycling stream. Learn what else cannot be recycled at TimeToRecycle.com. #NationalPizzaDay #TimeToRecycle #KnowWhatToThrow
Work with contractors that dispose of their waste properly and can prove it. Do not pay until they can show you a landfill receipt proving that your waste was properly disposed. Learn more at www.ReportDfwDumping.org/take-action/prevention-tips.html. #ReportIllegalDumping
Keep it clean! Give your cans a quick rinse before tossing them into the recycling bin. Learn what else you can do to keep your recycling stream clear of food contamination at TimeToRecycle.com. #KnowWhatToThrow #TimeToRecycle #RecycleYourCans
Get creative with saving your food. If you are not quick to use up your entire lemon or orange, it can result in food waste. Look into reusable options, such as this one, to prolong the shelf life of your food. #FoodWasteFriday
Don’t kick your cardboard to the curb. Recycle it instead! To learn more on how you can report illegal dumping, go to www.ReportDfwDumping.org. #ReportIllegalDumping #RecycleYourCardboard
It’s Groundhog Day! This is your reminder to wear a mask and throw it in the trash afterward! #MaskUp #MaskUpTexas
All disposable masks MUST be thrown in the trash. If you see littered PPE and want to pick it up, use trash grabbers or gloves to do so! #MaskUp #MaskUpTexas
Cigarette butts should never be thrown into the recycling bin. Stamp out used cigarettes and throw them in the trash. Due to their small size, cigarette butts can easily become litter and pollute our waterways.
Stay on Santa’s “Nice List” by keeping disposable masks out of your recycling bin! Used PPE, such as gloves or masks, cannot be recycled and must be thrown in the trash.
Ordering a lot presents online this year? Consider consolidating your orders! Bulking your orders together is more environmentally friendly because it reduces the number of packages, and travel needed for delivering. Look for a “group orders together” button when checking out online. #Christmas #Sustainability #NationalFreeShippingDay
Happy First Night of Hanukkah! Throughout the Hanukkah celebrations, be ecofriendly when you can! Save bows and ribbons rather than throwing them away. If they cannot be reused, do not try to recycle them as they can contaminate the rest of your recyclables. #Hanukkah #RecycleRight #Sustainability
Christmas Packing Tip: Skip the giant bows and ribbons this year and use cotton string to tie up packages. Use items from nature, such as sprigs of evergreen, pinecones, or holly to add a decorative touch to the gift. Show us how you tied up your packages this year! #Christmas #Sustainability
Used PPE, such as masks or gloves, should not be discarded into the street. Always make sure your PPE gets into the trash and stays there! Check to make sure the lid on your trash can is secure to reduce the spread of litter.
Abandoned cars on the side of the road count as an illegal dumpsite. Report any Illegal Dumping you see at ReportDfwDumping.org.
Happy Green Monday! As you score last-minute online deals, remember to flatten and recycle the cardboard boxes that arrive at your doorstep later! Learn how recycling cardboard reduces your carbon footprint at TimeToRecycle.com. #KnowWhatToThrow #Recycle #CardboardRecycling
Keep litter off the streets. Littered masks are polluting our environment and affecting our wildlife. Wear a mask and throw disposable ones in the trash! #MaskUp #MaskUpTexas #Litter
Today is International Ninja Day! Are you a recycling ninja? Take our quiz to find out how much you *really* know on what is recyclable in North Texas at http://ow.ly/Fa0M50CzI8T. #KnowWhatToThrow #Recycling #Quiz #InternationalNinjaDay #Ninja
Always report bulky trash you find on the side of the road. Report illegal dumping in North Texas at ReportDfwDumping.org.
Are you finding Christmas lights that will not turn on? Ship them to the Christmas Light Source! By using their Christmas Light recycling program, you are helping kids in the DFW area receive books and toys for Christmas! Learn more at ChristmasLightSource.com. #ChristmasLightRecycling #ToysForTots
According to scientists’, people who put up their Christmas lights early are happier. Why not give it a shot? We could all use some early holiday cheer. If you find broken lights, they cannot be thrown into your curbside recycling bin! Throw broken string or net lights in the trash or find a specialty recycling program. #KnowWhatToThrow #Christmas #NationalChristmasLightsDay
Over the years, Black Friday shopping has transitioned to mostly taking place online. This means more cardboard boxes are being circulated! Remember to always recycle your cardboard boxes that come in the mail. Visit TimeToRecycle.com to learn what else can be recycled. #BlackFriday #KnowWhatToThrow #CardboardRecycling
Do not litter masks! Wash your reusable masks and throw away disposable ones after use.
Maybe not everyone gets excited over a cute aluminum can, but your recycling bin sure does! Aluminum is a fantastic resource to recycle in the DFW area due to its versatility. To see what else is recyclable in North Texas, visit TimeToRecycle.com. #KnowWhatToThrow
Keep cigarette butts OUT of your recycling bin! Always make sure they end up in the trash after being put out. We also advise to never throw them on the ground either, as they are not biodegradable. Learn what else you need to keep out of the recycling bin at TimeToRecycle.com. #KnowWhatToThrow #CigaretteButts
Ready to start planning Thanksgiving dinner? Here are some tips on how to properly thaw your turkey! #FoodWasteFriday
We want to keep North Texas free of any litter. Go to www.reportdfwdumping.org/ to report any illegal dumping you see! #ReportIllegalDumping
Today is National Hiking Day! Have you visited any local nature preserves or parks recently? Did you notice any littered masks or gloves? Always remember to throw used PPE (masks or gloves) in the trash! If you plan on picking up any litter, remember to use “trash grabbers” or wear gloves when doing so. #MaskUp #MaskUpTexas #NationalHikingDay
Happy National Recycling Day! In case you missed it, here is a list of all the items that you can recycle from the curb in North Texas, items that need to be taken to a drop off location for recycling, and items that you must throw in the trash for proper disposal. Learn more at TimeToRecycle.com! #NationalRecyclingWeek #KnowWhatToThrow #NationalRecyclingDay
Wrapping paper that has a metallic or glittery finish cannot be recycled. Throw these types of paper in the trash. To learn what else you should never place in your recycling bin, go to TimeToRecycle.com. #NationalRecyclingWeek #KnowWhatToThrow
Hazardous materials (such as paint, pesticides, or fertilizer) cannot be thrown into your recycling bin or trash bin. These types of items must be taken to a separate drop off location for safe and proper disposal. To find a nearby drop off location, use our recycling locator tool at TimeToRecycle.com! #NationalRecyclingWeek #KnowWhatToThrow
Items such as newspapers, magazines, and mail are widely accepted in North Texas recycling streams. Remember to scratch out any identifying information before tossing it in the bin! Go to TimeToRecycle.com to learn about what else can be recycled in this area. #NationalRecyclingWeek #KnowWhatToThrow
Garden hoses tangle in recycling facility equipment and can cause damage to sorting equipment. This slows down the processing of recycled materials. Throw broken garden hoses in the trash when you are done with them. Go to TimeToRecycle.com to learn more! #NationalRecyclingWeek #KnowWhatToThrow
See an illegal dump site or illegal dumping in progress? Report it! Visit www.ReportDfwDumping.org or call 1-888-335-DUMP to have the site investigated and cleaned up!
Propane tanks cannot go into your recycling bin. If the tank cannot be refilled, call a local propane supplier to ask them about recycling your tank. You can also take the tank to your local hazardous waste disposal site. To learn what else you should never toss into your recycling bin, visit TimeToRecycle.com. #NationalRecyclingWeek #KnowWhatToThrow
After milk cartons are clean, empty and dry, they can be recycled! Throw your milk or juice cartons into the recycling bin. Go to TimeToRecycle.com to learn about what else can be recycled in North Texas! #NationalRecyclingWeek #KnowWhatToThrow