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Recycle Revolution: Enlightening Dallas since 2008!

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It is always nice to see someone correcting his/her wasteful habits and later, asking others to follow suit. Recycle Revolution is one such establishment that has a once-profligate mind, now converted into a skilled recycler, somewhere in the backdrop.

Eddie Lott, the founder of Recycle Revolution, used to work in bars on Greenville Avenue and in Exposition Park, and was most reluctant to recycle the waste coming from aluminum cans, glass bottles, paperboard boxes and plastic wrapping as well. But now his firm accepts anything recyclable, be it paper, plastics Nos. 1-7, aluminum, cardboard, glass, light bulbs, lighting fixtures, electronic waste and batteries. With each passing day, the company is expanding and the list of recyclables is encompassing safety equipments, used clothing, linens, Styrofoam, packaging peanuts and carpets too.

As a service provider, we do everything possible to make sure that our clients’ recyclables end up where they should – in the hands of local processors – and not where they shouldn’t – in local landfills.

The company is operating a Community Drop-Off Center at its office in East Dallas and is helping businesses, apartments and condominiums to make recycling a revolution in its truest sense.

Via: Dallas News

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