The Houston-Galveston Area Council Solid Waste Program provides resources and tools local governments and organizations can use to help educate residents.

Additional Resources

Disaster Debris
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H-GAC's videos highlight the proper way residents should handle debris after a disaster. These short videos are available for local governments and organizations to use to help educate residents. Local governments can link to the videos on YouTube or can add their own logos and branding (including screen shots, phone numbers, recorded intros, etc.) and use the videos on their websites, municipal channels, presentations, or other mediums. Companion flyers in English and Spanish are also available and can be modified with a local governments' phone number, logo, etc.

Illegal Dumping
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Outdoor Burning
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Household Hazardous Waste
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Recycling Coloring Books
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Social Media Resources

There are several social media platforms available. One of the main challenges is finding the correct platform for your message and audience. The Recycling Partnership provides a toolkit for choosing the right social media platform for different recycling programs.

To help you get started or to supplement your social media activities, H-GAC provides the following content for use on local governments’ and organizations’ Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Just download any of the images and captions and post on your own social media. Or, visit the H-GAC Recycling Facebook page and re-post any content you'd like. You can also find more social media messaging on the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling Texas Recycles Day webpage.

Topics

Recycle Right - Paper, Cans, and Crafts
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Recycle Right - Avoid Contamination
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Recycle Right - Buy Recycled and Recycle Cardboard Boxes
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Recycle Right - Texas Recycles Day and Food Waste
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Recycle Right - Fall Ideas
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Recycle Right - Plastic and Batteries
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Recycle Right - Paper and Food Waste
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Recycle Right - Plastic and Decorations
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Recycle Right - Aluminum Cans, Containers, and Foil
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Recycle Right - Paper, Cardboard, Household Items
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Recycle Right - HDPE, Clothing, Earth Day
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Recycle Right - Paper and Yard Waste
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Recycle Right - Aluminum
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Recycle Right - Tanglers and Clothes Hangers
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Buy Recycled and Recycle Cardboard
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Texas Recycles Day and Food Waste
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Recycle Right (No Candy Wrappers)
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HDPE and Batteries
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Paper Products and Food Waste
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Water Bottles, Decorations, and Clothing
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Aluminum, Fireworks, Propane Tanks
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Cardboard and Yard Waste
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HDPE, Easter, and Clothing
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Paper and Yard Waste
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February Holidays
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Tanglers and Toys
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Disposal of Pharmaceuticals
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Back to School - Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
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Summer Fun 2021
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Storm Preparation
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Lawn, Garden, and Composting
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Spring Cleaning
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General Recycling Information
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Crafts and Thanksgiving
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Compost / Yard Waste
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Back to Work / Back to School
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Recycling Is Essential
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Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Paint
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