Posted on · While plastic remains an evidently indestructible material, the team will focus on incorporating chemical compounds that will work to break down the hard-to-break material, polyolefin.
Posted on · Residents are asked to make an appointment and provide proof of residency in the community to throw away their larger trash free of charge.
Posted on · A total of 24 sites across the region, including 12 operated by Living Earth, will collect Christmas trees through Jan. 31.
Posted on · The city is struggling to fill dozens of positions, while some employees are out with COVID and others move on to better-paying jobs.
Posted on · The city’s new recycling facility is open for business.
Posted on · From the return of curbside recycling after Harvey, to the sky-rocketing price for World Series tickets, our panel of non-experts discusses The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the week's news.
Posted on · On Friday (March 11, 2016), Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced a new proposed contract with Waste Management, which — if approved by the City Council next week — would allow the city to continue to offer recycling services without disruption for the next two years. Mayor Turner had balked at Waste Management's initial contract offer […]
Posted on · The One Bin For All recycling campaign seems to have stalled. The Parker administration issued a report in late December indicating no company has been found to handle sorting; the Turner administration does not appear to be focused on it. If the One Bin For All program seems destined to be shelved, what would be […]
Posted on · In a surprising turn of events, a Harris County grand jury — convened to investigate whether Houston-based Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast sold fetal tissue — declined Monday to take any action against the women’s health service provider. Instead it indicted the undercover videographers behind those allegations. On this edition of Houston Matters, we talk with […]