We all know one of the most convenient ways to keep the cleaning to a minimum during a BBQ is to have disposable plates and cutlery, but all of these disposable items can cause unnecessary waste. Here are some quick tips on how to make your 4th of July BBQ more environmentally friendly. #LitterIsNotInvited
1. Separate Disposables
Designate separate bags for plastic, aluminum, glass, and waste for easier recycling.
2. Use The Same Cup
Encourage your guests to use the same cup. Make it fun, give everyone a chance to write a fun name on their cup so they won’t lose it.
3. Recycle Your Charcoal
If you used additive-free charcoal, you can use the charcoal ash to fertilize your plants. The ash contains potash, an important nutrient for some plants.
Celebrate The 4th of July Along The Trinity River!
Click the video above to see what’s in store for you at Fort Worth’s Fourth!
If you don’t already have plans for the 4th of July you do know! Join TRWD at Panther Pavilon for Fort Worth’s Fourth.
Fort Worth’s Fourth is a day of live music and FREE family activities along the Trinity River. Activities include tubing, bounce houses, face painting, zipline, horseback riding, action-packed water shows and live performances by Poo Live Crew and Party Machine Band on the only waterfront stage in Texas. The night ends with the largest July 4th ﬁreworks show in North Texas.
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