Employees with Metro by T-Mobile braved the warm weather Thursday and volunteered their time for a couple of hours picking up trash along the railroad easement south of Arapaho Road, beginning near the Richardson Gymnastics Center.
Richardson’s recycling mascot, Phil-up the Blue Bag, will make two appearances next week.
Employees from engineering consulting company RESPEC recently collected trash along International Parkway Monday as part of the City’s Community & Corporate Environmental Cleanup Program.
Thinking about participating in Richardson’s recycling program and/or getting your children interested in recycling? What better way to get inspired than a hug and a high five from Richardson’s recycling mascot, Phil-up the Blue Bag.
There are several species of mosquito flying through north Texas, but public health officials are interested in the mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus (WNV).
Public Services reports that in the 13 days after the June 9 storm (June 10-22), Brush and Bulky Item (BABIC) crews collected 1,337 tons of tree limbs, brush and other debris, almost double the average amount that’s usually picked up in the entire month of June.
Requests for Brush And Bulky Item Collection (BABIC) service may be delayed in several Richardson neighborhoods due to a large number of pickup requests generated from a June 9 severe weather event.
There are lots of opportunities to picnic this summer in Richardson, from free outdoor concerts to 4th of July fireworks to corporate and family gatherings at one of the City’s 38 parks, and while picnicking is a great way to get outside and enjoy the natural environment, it can also hurt the environment.
Vouchers for free rolls of blue bags were handed out at the Richardson Public Library this week.
Brush And Bulky Item Collection (BABIC) crews anticipate completing the first round of storm debris cleanup this weekend.