tell furniture sellers: no more toxic chemicals
canvasser at the door?
open up to a new Texas!
calling for safer chemicals
urge retailers to eliminate hazardous chemicals
zero waste houston
texas' largest city needs a zero waste goal
Urging top retailers to eliminate toxic chemicals in consumer products
Making manufacturers responsible for recycling their products
Beyond recycling: rethink, redesign, reduce, reuse, refuse waste
Working to phase out single-use bags and reduce plastic pollution
Houston Chronicle: Mayor Turner and Waste Management reached a deal that will keep curbside recycling in Houston going uninterrupted. Glass will no longer be accepted in the program, which is a temporary step back. A long-term plan would provide better alternatives in the near future.Read More All Stories
Dallas Morning News Op-Ed: Unfortunately, the state agency that is supposed to protect public safety and property rights by enforcing standards for the oil and gas industry — the Railroad Commission of Texas — bends over backwards to protect drilling companies instead.Read More All Stories
(This originally appeared in the Austin EcoNetwork blog). Austin’s recycling department, Austin Resource Recovery (ARR), has released a survey asking residents about two proposed ideas for reducing waste – upgrading the existing curbside recycling program to weekly service, or launching a new service for city-wide curbside composting. Of course we want both of these to happen – but […]Read More All Stories