Just about everyone knows not to toss unused medicines in the trash, but not everyone knows why it's just as important to keep medications out of our water.
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Register your school by Oct. 13 for Keep America Beautiful's School Recycling competition that runs from Oct. 19-Nov. 15.
Solid Waste Services and the Fort Worth Botanic Garden are hosting a Master Composter course Sept. 10-12 at the Botanic Garden.
What's an eco-conscious book lover to do? Simple. Sign up for a Fort Worth Library card.
Residents can now go mobile with a new app — called Fort Worth Garbage & Recycling – that provides a wealth of information.
Look for a series of plant fairs at local nurseries this fall, where you can learn more about Texas SmartScape and purchase water-conserving plants.
Karen says that, by finding a simple way to get involved, you help take people out of their immediate comfort zone, snowballing into great contributions to the community.
Fort Worth and other local governments in North Central Texas have joined with the North Central Texas Council of Governments to launch a regional campaign called 'Talking Trash' that aims to increase recycling rates.
The 45-day online sale begins July 15 and runs through Sept. 7.