You’ve probably donated some items after cleaning out your closet. New options are popping up all over. But, the CBS 11 I-Team has learned you can’t judge every donation bin by its cover.
Apple is offering free recycling of all its used products and vowing to power all of its stores, offices and data centers with renewable energy to reduce the pollution caused by its devices and online services.
It may be that one day soon Dallas shoppers might not hear the question, “Paper or plastic?” when checking out at the supermarket or neighborhood convenience store. Wednesday the city council wrestled with a proposed ban meant to protect the environment.
It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it! A new state-of-the-art recycling center in Fort Worth is sorting through your trash, and CBS 11 News went inside to see how it all works.
A new exhibit has opened at the Perot Museum of Nature & Science in Dallas, and it has been made entirely out of recycled materials.
The Perot Museum has opened an environmentally friendly summer exhibit designed to let visitors — not museum employees — create the exhibit.
Earth Day Dallas is a two-day festival going on at Fair Park this weekend. This year’s free-admission event highlights the green lifestyle choices of North Texas residents and businesses.
Ready to do your share in saving mother earth? Take part in these DFW Earth Day Celebrations and start off spring by going green.
The City of Dallas is offering residents a free ticket to the State Fair of Texas, as long as you you don’t mind a little grease.
Do you recycle at home or at work? Have you ever wondered where all of that stuff goes when it leaves the recycling bin? Take a look inside a McKinney recycling center.
When Arlington’s Tierra Verde Golf Course was faced with soaring gas prices, for maintenance equipment, the course keepers were driven to find an eco-friendly solution. Surprisingly, they found it their clubhouse kitchen.
Imagine trash and recycling bins that use power from the sun to compact and will give staff a ‘call’ to let them know when they’re full. Well, if you’re in the City of Denton you don’t have to imagine.