KAB Recycling Campaign
Keep America Beautiful and the Ad Council have launched a new advertising campaign designed to raise awareness about the benefits of recycling with the goal of making recycling a daily social norm. Choosing to recycle, the campaign suggests, can give otherwise discarded materials another "life".
A new website, www.IWantToBeRecycled.org, offers a localized search tool that allows users to find where to recycle either at their curbside or their nearest recycling center. The website illustrates the recycling process through an interactive infographic and offers detailed information on what materials can be recycled, how they should be recycled and what products they can become in the future.
For recycling option here in Haltom City please visit this page.
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