News You Can Use
Take Care of Texas News You Can Use is a monthly e-newsletter with helpful information to keep our air and water clean, conserve energy and water, and reduce waste.
Several of the documents provided are in Portable Document Format (PDF). (Help with PDF.)
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- March 2019
Is it Illegal to Pick Bluebonnets?
- February 2019
Pizza Boxes and Other Recycling Mysteries
- January 2019
One of the Fastest Ways to Cut Your Energy Bills
- December 2018
Breathe Easy: A Guide to Your Indoor Air Quality
- November 2018
What to Do Now to Prepare for Winter
- October 2018
Texans Don't Litter, Do They?
- September 2018
Xeriscape™ News You Need
- August 2018
Try Energy Smart Streaming
- July 2018
Important News About Drought in Texas
Your Guide to Green Summer Travel
Share Your Opinion for a Chance to Win
Recycling Contest: Your Chance to Win
How Many State Flowers Does Texas Have?
Do You Have Composting Questions?
Surprising Sources of Pollution Around Your Home
Holiday Kitchen Hacks
Debunking the Top 10 Myths of Fuel Economy
Plant now to get bluebonnets this spring
Help for Hurricane Harvey Recovery
Foreign Invaders in Texas Lakes
What You Need to Know About Watering Your Yard
Overcome Summer Yard Care Challenges
Six Ways to Go Green With Your Pet
How to Find Cleaners That Protect Your Loved Ones
What Should I Do With Chemicals at Home?
Where's the Best Place to Get Firewood?
Should you warm up your car?
Win a Tablet | Holiday Recipe | Save on Your Energy Bill | Recycle Wrapping Paper
Win a Tablet | Save Money, Plant a Tree | Prevent Thanksgiving Food Waste | Getting Rid of Stuff That's Hard to Recycle | How Your Neighbors are Keeping the Air Clean
Win a Tablet │ Rebates to Conquer Water Waste │ Green Halloween Hacks │ Grow Local in School Gardens
Win scholarships and GoPros │ Reduce emissions from school buses │ Plant your Texas roots
Win a Samsung Galaxy Tab4, Surprising Foods that Can Clog Your Drain
Had enough of pesky mosquitoes? Why are dogs sniffing out mussels? What Would We Do During Another "Drought of Record"?
Ten easy tips for renters │ New video for sharing │ Cool prizes │ Chance to share your opinion │ Why you should start composting now
Six common crashes between bikes and cars, tax free shopping for ENERGY STAR, water quality success story, and award winners in Texas
Ideas for celebrating Earth Day, safe prescription drug disposal, and public comment period open on draft water plan.
Easy ways to find and fix leaks. Is it illegal to pick bluebonnets? Do you need to worry about Ozone?
Surprising Recycling Information, Paid Internships for College Students, Share Your Love for Texas, and Grant Funds Available
Easy Ways to Make a Difference, Chances to Win, Texas Rebate Guide, Surprising Air Leaks in Your Home
Tips for a Green Holiday, Activities for Kids, Contest Winner, and More
TX Recycles Day Contest, Arbor Day, Leaf Management
Green Camping, Fall Planting & Vampire Power
Burn Bans, Back to School Ideas, Input Sought on Recycling Study
Summer Fuel Economy, Light Bulb Technology, and Teacher Resources
Kevin Fowler PSAs, Smart Irrigation, and UV Safety
New PSAs, Rising Reservoirs, and Dealing with Mosquitoes
Keep Our Air Clean and Drinking Water Week
Art contest winners, Earth Day, and food waste
New license plate, spring gardening, and fix a leak week
How to Recycle and Community Events
Win H-E-B and Samsung Prizes
News You Can Use This Thanksgiving
Going Green - There's an App for That
Take Care of Texas This Football Season
Back to School News
Have a Safe Summer
Get Help from the TCEQ
Texas Environmental Excellence Award Winners
Clean Texas Rivers
Water-Wise for Winter
Leaves - an Underrated Resource
Nonpoint Source Water Pollution
Vampires, Ghosts, and Warts
Cultivate Conservation this Fall
Texas Air Quality
Landscaping With Less Water
Take Care of Texas PSA Now Playing across the Lone Star State
TCEQ and TPWD Debut New Take Care of Texas PSA
TCEQ announces 2013 Texas Environmental Excellence Award Winners
Texas Hosts Gulf Coast Restoration Council Meeting
Texas Leads the Way
TCEQ Year in ReviewTexas Air Quality