UTA, City Of Denton Working On Converting Garbage Into ElectricityThe idea has drawn students and researchers from 27 different countries to see what Denton and UTA are doing.
Collin County Expands Free Landfill Access To Residents Clearing Tornado DebrisCounty residents may bring debris from the Dec. 26 storm-related debris only to the Melissa landfill free of charge.
Half Naked Woman Found In Box Outside Gate Of LandfillShe walked out of a Dallas bar and woke up in a box at the Irving landfill. Wednesday night police were still trying to piece together what happened in the hours in between.
Louisiana Atty General Tries To Keep Texas Ebola Waste OutLouisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says he will take legal action to stop the incinerated personal belongings of a Dallas Ebola victim from being disposed of in a landfill in Calcasieu Parish.
Carrollton Threatens Lawsuit On Camelot Landfill ExpansionThe City of Carrollton is considering taking legal action if the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approves a proposed expansion for the Camelot landfill.
Non-Profit Outlet Store Selling Clothes By The PoundYou buy meat by the pound and coffee by the pound, why not clothes by the pound? In an effort to be more environmentally conscious, one North Texas thrift store is now giving you the option.
Frisco Residents Demand Exide Clean Up Former Plant SiteAbout 50 Frisco homeowners showed up for a heated meeting Wednesday night to discuss how the site of a former battery recycling plant will be cleaned up and who will oversee it.
New Arlington Development Going Up Next To City LandfillA massive, 2,300 acre development is underway in an unusual location -- next to a landfill.
Divided Council Approves Controversial Dallas Waste Flow PlanA divided Dallas City Council approved a controversial plan that will make all the city’s trash flow through southern Dallas on its way to the landfill.
Hurst Unveils Recycling Incentive Initiative For ResidentsAs a mother of two, Amy Bilbo and her family can accumulate a lot of trash in a week’s time, but most of what they throw out doesn’t end up in a landfill. Thanks to a new recycling initiative in the city of Hurst, the family is recycling much more.
Dallas Residents Upset By Landfill Development PlansA new City of Dallas plan could increase the amount of money in the coffers by turning trash into cash. But the NAACP calls it a plan to pollute and harm the southern sector.
Dallas Wanting To Turn Trash To TreasureFaleshia Rhodes takes pride in her South Dallas home. she lives across from Paul Quinn College and about two miles from the city-run landfill known as McCommas Bluff. It's no wonder she's displeased with a proposal to haul even more trash into her Highland Hills neighborhood.