By Rita Cook

The largest privately owned waste management company in North Texas, Community Waste Disposal will be unveiling five Compressed Natural Gas trucks at a special ceremony at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 15, at the Trinity Audubon Center in Dallas.

By Rita Cook

The City of Cedar Hill is growing green and it is intentional.

 

(Photo: A promotional image for Dallas Residents at Risk)

July 13, 2012

Area activists are partnering with concerned residents to make sure their voices are heard when it comes to gas drilling in Dallas.

By Anna Clark     

This op ed was written in association with The Op Ed Project for the Huffington Post Green and has been re-published with permission.     

By Joe Gaines     

The City of Dallas doesn't appear to be giving up on an ordinance that would funnel all solid waste collected in the city to its landfill on its southern end.

(Photo: The Green Mountain Energy Wind Farm near Fluvanna, Texas)     

By Teresa McUsic     

Anti-Fracking protesters in Ft. Worth. The same battle over fracking has now come to Dallas, where the prospect of gas-drilling on public parklands is now a concern for many (Photo Credit: Pegasus News)     

By Joe Gaines     

(Photo: The logo for Oncor, who's energy efficiency programs might save you money this year in your green living projects)     

May 31, 2012    

By Teresa McUsic     

It’s time to kick that old, energy-guzzling refrigerator out of your kitchen—and the State of Texas will give you a little incentive to help.

Memorial Weekend is the fifth annual Energy Star appliances sales tax holiday in Texas.











Published May 17, 2011     

By Brandolon Barnett     

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