Mr. Squirrel wants to say “Happy Earth Day!”
Waste and Recycling Workers Week supports Earth Day
Let’s do our part and contribute to the global effort to make our world more sustainable and environmentally friendly. We believe that our children and the generations to come deserve to live in a healthy world. To help us all get started, check out The Recycle Guide, a free resource packed with information to help you start preserving the Earth today!
Here’s a bit of what you will learn from The Recycle Guide:
Learn What to Recycle
Did you know that not everything can be recycled? While we wish it could, there are some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to recycling. Head over to The Recycle Guide’s recycling rules and etiquette page to learn everything you need to know.
Were you aware that the average person generates over 4 pounds of trash every day and about 1.5 tons of solid waste per year? Those kinds of numbers really add up quick. Knowledge is power and knowing the impact that your recycling actions can have on the environment is an important factor in the decisions you make each day. Check out this information and you’ll be amazed how much recycling matters.
Find out Where You Can Recycle
Do you know the difference in a landfill, sorting facility, and a dump? Knowing the right place to take your waste will help you stay consistent with recycling all year long. The Recycle Guide has easy to use resources to help you find the closest facility.
Free Learning Resources
If you’re a teacher looking for resources to help your students or a parent trying to teach your kids about recycling, The Recycle Guide has the best free resources and links. The How to Recycle section, Recycling in Schools, and Recycling Activities are perfect places to start.
Find more information about recycling and the role your garbage workers play in the process at The Recycle Guide and Waste and Recycling Workers Week!
Connect with The Recycle Guide on Facebook to share ideas and interact with others trying to preserve our Earth.
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