Rendering courtesy of Living-Future.org.






Republic Services' new 90,000-square-foot facility in Fort Worth processes 500 tons of recyclables a day.

Watch a video of the sorting process.

 

 

Oct. 7, 2013

By Rita Cook

Dallasite Nikki Duong Koenig, founder of Cykochik Custom Handbags, wants her products to reflect her style as well as her green and animal-friendly values. 

March Against Monsanto May 25, 2013 in Dallas. Photo: Phillip Shinoda.

Oct. 10, 2013

 

By Julie Thibodeaux

Green art can mean alot of different things we learned at the eco-art show held at the Addison Gallery and Artisan Center Sept 12. The show entitled Art with RePurpose, hosted by Women in the Environment, featured a wide range of artists all working with sustainability in mind.

By Phillip Shinoda

When Texas Worm Ranch owners Heather Rinaldi and Steve Clary came back on Tuesday after the Labor Day weekend, they received a nasty surprise. It seemed warm, so Heather went to check the thermostat and got no response. Steve climbed up to the 12-foot roof. When he got up there, he found that thieves had stolen all of the copper tubing and wiring in the units and rendered them unrepairable.

Due to circumstances beyond our control,  GSDFW Reader's Choice Awards are cancelled  -- Editor     
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By Julie Thibodeaux

More than 30 environmental enthusiasts turned out for the Green Source DFW Summer Mixer on July 18 at The People’s Last Stand in Dallas.

This is the first of a two-part series on the North Texas Sustainable Showcase held in recently in Dallas.

By Dave Pennington     

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