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  • Auntie Litter is Anti-Litter
    - Nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting a healthy and clean environment. Young people, their families, and educators learn how to conserve natural resources, eliminate litter in their communities, and practice the environmental 3 R's - reuse, reduce waste, and recycle.

  • Earth 911.org
    Earth 911 provides community-specific recycling and environmental information to citizens nationwide and in Canada at no charge. It is the mission of Earth=B9s 911 to empower the public with community-specific resources to improve their quality of life. Earth 911 provides an interactive Web site and 24-hour, bilingual hotline, and a "one stop shop" for =state and local environmental information - Recycling, HHW, Water, Air, =Energy, a kid's/education area and more. In cooperation with your state and local authorities we can and do help to Make EveryDay Earth Day!

  • Environmental Recycling Hotline
    Information about recycling programs organized by zip code.

  • Montgomery County Recycling Center Activity
    Interesting recycling lessons for various grade levels.

  • Muncher, the Recycling Machine
    Kid-oriented lessons about recycling.

  • National Recycling Coalition
    The National Recycling Coalition is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and improvement of recycling, and also source reduction, composting, and reuse by providing technical information, education, training, outreach, and advocacy services to its members in order to conserve resources and benefit the environment.

  • Natural Resources Defense Council - Recycling
    Recycling saves trees. This is one of the first environmental lessons children learn, but it's only part of the story. Recycling also protects habitat, reduces the need for landfills, and curbs pollution.

  • NNCC Wee Recyclers
    Recycling is a simple game of matching and sorting. The recycling game is fun to play because the rules are easy to understand and follow. Everyone can play, and in the end, everyone is a winner. Unfortunately, though, we have forgotten how to play the recycling game. Living in a fast-paced, high-tech world of disposables, we have become a "throw-away" society. In other words, our society says "It's O.K., throw it away!" Young children can give us a chance to re-learn the recycling game in order to solve our growing solid waste problem.

  • Rechargeable Battery Recycling
    The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) can help you recycle your portable rechargeable batteries.

  • Recycle City - EPA
    Welcome to Recycle City! There's lots to do here - people and places to visit and plenty of ways to explore how the city's residents recycle, reduce, and reuse waste. To get started, just click on any section of Recycle City that you want to explore, or click on the Dumptown Game. Create your own Recycle City scavenger hunt or go to the Activities area and see other ways you can put Recycle City to use.

  • Recycling for RI Education
    Recycling for RI Education is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational and environmental organization that has as its mission the development of self-esteem and competence through creative discovery by active experimentation.

  • Roscoe Recycle Room
    There are more fun games, recycling facts and educational activities inside. It is FREE to join ROSCOE's Recycle Room.

  • ROSCOE's Recycle Room
    This interactive Web site is designed to teach you about the importance of recycling and solid waste management (or how we take care of our garbage!). Learn how your every day actions affect the use of natural resources, energy, even your piggy bank!

  • Rotten Truth (About Garbage)
    Rotten Truth (About Garbage) takes an in-depth look at the complex issues surrounding municipal solid waste. This on-line exhibition is organized into four major sections: What Is Garbage?, There's No "Away", Nature Recycles, and Making Choices.

  • Rotten Truth (About Garbage)
    Find out the real story of garbage -- about the things we toss, where they come from, where they go, and how they affect the environment. Plus, find out how we can make less garbage.

  • Steel Recycling Institute
    The Steel Recycling Institute (SRI), a unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute, is an industry association that promotes and sustains the recycling of all steel products. The SRI educates the solid waste industry, government, business and ultimately the consumer about the benefits of steel's infinite recycling cycle

  • the Children's Recycling Fair
    The vision of the Children's Recycling Fair is to let children learn about recycling in the most natural way-- while they are having fun! It consists of a group of GAMES AND ACTIVITIES designed to teach the behavior of proper recycling AND buying recycled to reinforce the inherent value of recycled products. The Children's Recycling Fair involves children in a hands-on type of experience.

  • The Internet Consumer Recycling Guide
    This recycling guide provides a starting point for consumers in the USA and Canada searching the net for recycling information. The information is for regular folks with regular household quantities of materials to recycle. The goal is to help make recycling so easy and automatic that it blends into the flow of everyday life.

  • Used Oil Recycling
    Used oil materials disposed of in the environment contain small quantities of substances that could contaminate air, soil and ground water; for example, trace metals, chlorinated solvents, gasoline, polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, glycols and PCBs.

  • What Goes Around - Recycling
    Parents who take their toddlers to playgrounds have to be vigilant to avoid broken glass, which can exact both a physical and an emotional toll on the people in the community. A better way of disposing of empty glass bottles is to recycle them. And nearly every community has a recycling program.

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