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Time To Recycle Website

TimetoRecycle.com is a website designed for easy access to recycling programs available in the North Central Texas region. The goal of this web site is to increase awareness of the benefits of recycling and encourage all citizens in the region to participate in local recycling programs. This web site was developed and is maintained by the North Central Texas Council of Governments in cooperation with the Regional Recycling Coordinators Roundtable.

Recycling In Your City

Find information about your city's recycling program.

Cities are always updating their information. Please check back if you do not find information for your community.

 

SEE Less Trash Regional Solid Waste Management Plan
The Time to Recycle Vision of Success: Purchased materials are reused and recycled wherever possible. The Plan has eight objectives to help the region achieve the Time to Recycle vision.

 

Recycling Quiz Show Game!

Test your recycling knowledge! Players select a category and a point value for a question and score points based on their answer. The game keeps track of scores and you can also create your own custom game!
Learn more and play the game!
 Jeopardy Game template

 

Interactive Recycling Map

Recycling Map

Use this interactive map to find a recycling center or dropoff location near you!
For example, you could find where to recycle computers or electornics.

Recycling centers, add or edit your information here to be displayed on the map!

 

 

Click for more information about recycling electronics
E-Recycling

 

Recycling spotlight

Regional ISD Spotlight

Don't Mess With Texas Art Contest
Don't mess with Texas® and Keep Texas Beautiful invite students in grades K-5 to submit their best litter prevention design to be considered for the 2015 Don't mess with Texas Calendar. ...more
Don't Mess With Texas Art Contest

"Trashion" Fashion Show

Green Cleaning featured in the Healthy Schools Campaign

Information on possible grant funding

A Bag's life - "Think outside the bag"

Be Featured in the Spotlight
 

Did you know?

Did You Know?

Seattle intends to significantly expand its recycling programs and eventually reach a 60 percent recycling rate by 2012 and a 72 percent recycling rate by 2025. (The New York Times Company)

 

Do you live outside of the North Central Texas Region? Visit Earth 911 for recycling information in your area.
Earth911

 

TCEQ's upated list of Recyclers of Computer and Electronics

Suggestions and how-to-guide for reusing items (WEO)

Recycle Trees