Recycling

Recycling Tree Limbs, Brush, Leaves and Grass Clippings in Houston, Texas and Dallas, Texas

Living Earth is the largest recycler of tree limbs, brush, leaves and grass clippings in Texas. We invite everyone to join us in recycling.

Recycling

Living Earth Technologies Recycles

Every year Americans throw away approximately 24 million tons of leaves and grass (Statistics generated by the Environmental Defense Fund). In addition to the greens, we also toss about 22 million tons of food waste into landfills. Together it is estimated these recyclables consume 20 - 30% of all landfill space.

If we compost these materials instead of sending them to the landfill, the resulting reduction in greenhouse gas emissions would be the equivalent of taking more than four million cars off the road. Recycling compostable materials not only lowers greenhouse gas emissions, but also saves valuable landfill space (and therefore land!), promotes water conservation and returns organic matter back to the earth for beneficial use.

Living Earth is the largest recycler of tree limbs, brush, leaves and grass clippings in Texas. We also process wood chips, animal manure, wood wastes, and sawdust. By partnering with Living Earth, our customers benefit from lower disposal costs, convenience of our facility locations and the satisfaction that they are doing their part to improve the environment.

Recycling green material saves valuable landfill space, lowers greenhouse gas emissions, promotes water conservation and returns organic material back into the environment. Living Earth recycling customers enjoy the convenience of our numerous locations, reduced disposal costs and the satisfaction of doing their part for the environment.

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Living Earth accepts green recyclables at the following locations:

Dallas Area Recycling Locations

Dallas | Arlington | Plano

Houston Area Recycling Locations

Crawford Road | Cutten Road | League City | Richmond | Missouri City | Katy

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