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Texas Recycles Day (A proud part of America Recycles Day)
November 15, 2021Free
Texas Recycles Day (ARD), held on and around November 15, is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States!
Also known as National Recycling Day, this day began in 1994 after 2 employees of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality suggested the idea to the Nation Recycling Coalition. The first America Recycles Day was officially held on November 15, 1994 and had at least 40 states taking part.
What is TexasRecyclesDay.org?
On Nov. 1st 2021, STAR will launch the all-new TexasRecyclesDay.org, with help from contributing organizations Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) and Take Care of Texas (TCOT).
TexasRecyclesDay.org will be a hub and clearinghouse for sharing recycling information, digital assets, and social media posts, free to use for local governments, businesses, non-profits, and anyone who wants to promote recycling right in Texas.
Assets will be available year-round, and the collection will continue to grow, but each month will feature targeted messaging based on how Texans live and recycle.
We’re setting out to make every day Texas Recycles Day by harmonizing and amplifying recycling messaging state-wide.
How can you participate? Amplify the message!
Starting on Nov 15th and continuing through the holiday season, STAR, KTB, TCOT and our other partners will be posting and promoting Texas recycling with shared videos, graphics, and recycling information.
By focusing all our efforts on the same message, we can make a big impact on recycling in Texas.
Post on Your Own Page(s):
Shared assets will be available starting Nov. 1st, 2021 at TexasRecyclesDay.org
Share Our Posts:
STAR, KTB, TCOT and our other partners will post featured messaging starting Nov 15th on social media channels and as newsletter blasts.
Host a Live Event:
If you’re planning a live event, you can also register it with Keep America Beautiful
This effort was inspired in part by the success of the North Texas Know What to Throw campaign, prepared in cooperation with the North Central Texas Council of Governments through grant funds from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. More info and resources at TimeToRecycle.com