Tag Archives: metal recycling

If you have a garden growing this summer, chances are you have more than vegetables or flowers in it. Many gardeners utilize metal not only as a part of its functionality, but also its decor. Metal can provide a long lasting structure … Continue reading

Ironically, ferrous metals are already with you! Ferrous metals including iron and steel are virtually everywhere you go and in almost everything you use each day. Even though they are highly abundant and in good supply to take to the … Continue reading

In our last blog post about Celebrating Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, we reminded our viewers about TT&E’s efforts to support our planet every day through our rooftop solar panels and our environmentally friendly hybrid shredder. Now, we’d like to … Continue reading

Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises. -Pedro Calderon de la Barca As Spring quickly approaches, chances are you’ve already seen more green around. The shorter days of winter will soon be … Continue reading

Help us celebrate America Recycles Day on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 One day to educate. One day to motivate. One day to make recycling bigger and better 365 days a year. Get involved! This Fall, take the #BeRecycled pledge!

Help keep our children safe! Brake for stopped school buses. Monday, August 29, 2016 is a big day for thousands of our students. They will be going back to school across our state. This means many will be walking and waiting at … Continue reading

With temps climbing into the 90s and a heat index well over 100, it can be hard to keep your cool. The south tends to experience a good deal of humidity in addition to the heat which can reduce the … Continue reading

How to have the best yard sale – ever! Tis the season for yard sales! Instead of giving away or throwing out your reminiscent roller blades or old vinyl record collection, you can make some extra money and free up some space! We’ve … Continue reading

Honoring Our Troops Today, Every Day Memorial Day is a day to remember those who have given their lives in the pursuit of freedom. It’s a difficult day to celebrate for many, but an honor to call America our home … Continue reading

Children & recycling—what’s the connection? The world is growing at an exponential rate, leaving our young children and future generations with less and less space for living and growing. This is one of the most critical reasons why recycling needs … Continue reading