Dallas County COVID-19 mask mandate

COVID-19 Processes & Procedures

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Update: 6/19/2020

According to Dallas County judges, businesses in Dallas County must require customers and everyone on the property to wear a mask to contain the spread of COVID-19. Businesses who do not comply with the order, which goes into effect on 6/19/2020 at 11:59 pm, will face up to a $500 fine. Read the full mandate here.

What this means for Texas Recycling: All employees, Buy-Back customers, and visitors/vendors MUST wear a face mask while onsite at Texas Recycling. If someone does not have, we can provide a disposable mask for that person.

Original Post: 4/22/2020

The health and safety of our employees and our community are our top priority. We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and are taking appropriate action based on guidance from public health experts. We are also monitoring news from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) for updates.

In order to maintain a safe environment, we are implementing the following precautions as part of our operations. To our buy back customers who bring material to us, please follow steps to keep yourself, your family and others around you safe.

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What Paper Do We Recycle?

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Ever wonder about the type of paper you can recycle? Here’s a handy guide for the grades of recyclable paper we buy at Texas Recycling:

1. HARD WHITES
Uncoated, unprinted groundwood free bond type white paper.

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The Myth Busters of Recycling

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So exactly how hard is it to recycle, anyway? And can recycling make a difference for our business? Is it true industrial and manufacturing companies can’t bring in revenue with recycling? What?!? Even today, after decades of recycling services, we’re often baffled by myths and half-truths that get passed around.
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5 Tips to Reduce Waste in the Workplace

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For many companies, the biggest obstacle to recycling and waste reduction in the workplace is the lack of a plan. Most experts agree that starting off with some simple measures to reduce, reuse and recycle materials is usually the best approach. Here are five simple things your business can do to get the ball rolling.

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