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Richard Suarez with @Panoramic Doors.
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News Flash –
Have you Noticed a bunch of out of state car plates lately? Well they aint just visiting, they’re here to stay and there’s many more to come!
DFW is averaging over 100K new residents a year – over 1 million the last 10 years and projected to draw another 1 million plus by 2029.
2017-2018 we gained 132K new neighbors.
That’s a lot of water, electricity, and waste. Where’s it coming from and going too?
Here’s another News Flash –
We’re gonna have a drought! We’re gonna have a really hot summer! We’re quickly running out of land fills. Those Dallas mountains you see in the movies? We made ‘em! Ever been accosted by the wonderful smell driving across I30 between Grand Prairie and Downtown Dallas when the winds blowing from the north? Ever experience the Peppe La Fuma in downtown at certain hours of the night when the air cools and traps the trinity fog?
So let’s talk about some conservation!
This weeks tip!
Recycle reuse and repurpose – the 1st step to slowing down this trend is to become aware of how we can make a difference.
1) Need a piece of furniture? There are countless used furniture stores that not only will save you money but often the money you spend goes to a worthy cause – helping others.
2) Recycling is simple and helpful – did you know The U.S. recycling rate is around 34.5%. If we’re able to get the rate to 75%, the effect will be like removing 50 million passenger cars from U.S. roads. 9. Over 11 million tons of recyclable clothing, shoes, and textiles make their way into landfills each year.Nov 14, 2018 https://www.rubiconglobal.com/blog-statistics-trash-recycling
3) There is literally (pun fully intended) nothing in our garages that can’t be repurposed, recycled, or reused in some way or another, there are countless websites such as Pinterest and others that are designed specifically for that reason. Also, before you toss it into the trash ask your neighbors if they can use it!