How To Make $ from a Public Buy Back Program

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What if you could accomplish several goals simultaneously?

1) Make cash, fast

2) Get rid of old stuff you don’t need any more

3) Create new space in your home or business

4) Help the Earth by enabling junk to be recycled and made useful again

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Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week

Supporting Our Community!

Texas Recycling partnered with members of the Dallas Police Department by participating in the “DPD Guardians in Blue” 2017 Welcome Basket Drive as part of the Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.

Public Buy Back Center

After 24 Years Why Move to a New Location?

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“Built in Texas by Texans”

That statement blared the pride of Texas on a decal attached to every Ford automobile rolling off the lines in a Ford Motor plant located at Barry Avenue and East Grand Avenue near Fair Park in Dallas. Today, that assembly plant is now our new home.
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Dallas Morning News article

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As appeared in The Dallas Morning News (29 July 2016 08:00 AM), Why is some plastic recycling no longer cost-effective? Blame fracking by Jeffrey Weiss

Why is some plastic recycling no longer cost-effective? Blame fracking

But only a few years ago, there was plenty of cash in reselling that trash — paper, plastics and metal — to provide a nice profit for the recycling companies and give money back to the cities and companies producing the waste. No longer. And if that doesn’t turn around, it may mean some people will pay relatively more for trash pickup than if the market for recycling were better.

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Green is Good Radio Interview

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As appeared on Green is Good Radio Interview (JUNE 15, 2015), The Life of Recycled Paper by John Shegerian

The Life of Recycled Paper

John Shegerian: Welcome back to another edition of Green Is Good. We’re here in beautiful downtown Vancouver at the ISRI edition of Green Is Good. And when I say the ISRI edition, this is ISRI’s annual conference – here in Vancouver this year for the first time ever, and Green Is Good is broadcasting from the beautiful downtown convention center in Vancouver. We’re so excited and honored to have with us today Joel Litman. He is the president and CEO of Texas Recycling. And to learn more about Texas Recycling, go to www.texasrecycling.com. Welcome to Green Is Good, Joel.

Joel Litman: Thank you John. Glad to be here.

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