Building a Culture of Advocacy Involvement

Resident  involvement in Texas—it's the next big thing

  My father and I have many similarities, but when it comes  to recycling, we just grew up in different eras. Every 2 to 3 weeks, I load  four trash cans of paper, glass, plastic, and metal into my car and haul it  over to the Galveston recycling center. It's a pain, inevitably adding more  stains to my car floor. And yet I continue to recycle because, for as long as I  can remember, I've been taught the importance of recycling. Now, it is second  nature.

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