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Check out these 5 Upcycled Clothing Ideas

How often do you clean out your closet? If you’re like most people, you probably don’t do it as often as you should. We understand, it’s hard to decide what to keep and what to throw out, what’s good for donation and what’s not. If you’re a crafty… Read More

July 23, 2014 • Reuse
RedFish Recycling, Brownsville, Texas

Ask the Disposal Experts: Old Concrete

Working on any home projects? If you’re tackling large projects like redoing your walkway or front stairs, you may have a pile of leftover material that you need to get rid of, more specifically concrete. Concrete is difficult to dispose of because it’s heavy and hard to transport.… Read More

June 10, 2014 • Reuse, Uncategorized
RedFish Recycling, Brownsville, Texas

Make Your Own Compost

It’s gardening season!  Gardening can be a lot of work but did you know that creating your own compost is easy to do and will save you money? Compost is made of recycled organic waste such as garden clipping and food waste. The organic waste is converted into fertilizer… Read More

April 14, 2014 • Reuse
RedFish Recycling DIY projects

Recycle at Home: DIY Decorations

Have you ever thought of turning your recycling into a creative project? Everyone has their hobbies, and if you are type of person to take on a project then we have a few fun DIY creative decorations that you can do with just household items and your recyclables.… Read More

January 6, 2014 • Recycling Tips, Reuse
RedFish Recycling

Ask The Disposal Experts: Christmas Trees

The holidays are flying by and before you know it January will be here. We know a few people who really dislike the feeling of taking down holiday decorations for two reasons. One, we don’t want to admit that the holidays are over. Two, taking down decorations is… Read More

December 19, 2013 • Landfill Free, Recycling Tips, Reuse

Hello Brownsville

RedFish Recycling is coming to Brownsville, TX. Keep an eye out for the RedFish dumpsters and trucks.

April 7, 2013 • Recycling Tips, Reuse, Uncategorized