Texas Recycling Partners with Jubilee Park and Neighboring Communities

DALLAS, TEXAS (April 2022): Texas Recycling, a family-owned local recycling plant in South Dallas, builds strong community relationships with residents through events at Jubilee Park Community Center and other community programs. Texas Recycling President and Co-owner Joel Litman shares how involvement has benefited both the neighborhood and the company.

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cardboard recycling

What You Need to Know About Cardboard Recycling in Dallas, Texas

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The global need for cardboard boxes continues to skyrocket as consumers bombard e-commerce sites like Amazon, Etsy, and Wayfair to quickly get their hands on household needs including electronics, furniture, clothing, gifts, food and more. Fortunately, these boxes are made of recycled material and are also recyclable. This is so much better for the environment than some other packaging choices. Plus, the expansiveness of cardboard recycling has introduced a more universal look to cardboard packaging.

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Recycling for Charity soap handouts

For most of us, the word “recycling” brings up images of scrap metal, paper, cardboard, and other materials that are collected, processed, and manufactured into new items. This process is what Texas Recycling has been about since 1992. Recycling these items is ideal for keeping aluminum cans, packaging, cardboard, and paper out of landfills. But did you know that a wide variety of consumer products can be collected to help the needy? Many organizations and non-profits are refurbishing used items and recycling for charity.

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History of recycling ragmen

Texas Recycling is celebrating our 30th anniversary in 2022! 30 years is a significant milestone for our business, but it’s a drop in the bucket when considering that recycling has been around, in various forms, for thousands of years. Let’s look back at the long history of recycling, beginning with primitive cave dwellers.

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