Exhibitor Spotlight: Recycle Revolution - Earth Day Texas

Exhibitor Spotlight: Recycle Revolution

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Recycle Revolution seeks to foster a culture of recycling in North Texas, provide outstanding service to businesses that care, and use our success to rally for the causes of good neighborhood-ship and environmental awareness.

 

What if there were a way to transform the way we reduce, reuse, and recycle? The independently owned company Recycle Revolution is changing the way we think about garbage.  The organization has created an alternative way to discard the products we no longer need in our lives by creating a non-landfill recycling center. The company’s mission is to create a world with zero waste. One way in which Recycle Revolution is striving to achieve that goal is by finding alternative uses or ways of disposing of Styrofoam, glass, e-waste, and other materials. Recycle Revolution wants people to rethink the way in which waste is processed.

Join the Revolution! Visit the Recycling Stations at Earth Day Texas. Docents will help you separate your trash and learn about recycling, composting, landfills, and more.

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