Spread The Word
Who is the best person to help spread the word about recycling? You! The power of the personal recommendation can’t be beat. So, please use the following to help your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors step up their efforts to recycle more.
Recycle Better Curbside Guide
To bin or not to bin? Now there's no question! This handy flier lists what you can and can't put in your curbside recycling bin. Confusion is causing a lot of materials that can't be recycled curbside to end up in bins. Recycling facilities call this contamination. Contaminated recycling streams lead to higher fees for recycling. Understanding what to recycle — and what not to — is critically important.
- Recycle Better guide flier available for download in 11 x 17 and 8.5 x 11 sizes.
- Learn more about the issue of contamination in this RecycleSpot blog post.
- Download social media posts and art to help spread the word about the Recycle Better guide. (Contains assets for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Nextdoor. Microsoft Word document and art in JPEG format, compressed in .zip file.)
Follow us on Social Media
- Get great recycling tips by following us on Facebook, Twitter and by subscribing to our blog.
- Post Recycle More social media art — Images are sized for Facebook posts, but will work on Twitter as well. Click the thumbnail for the larger, Facebook-sized image. Then save the image to your computer (right-click, and choose “save image” or “save image as”) for uploading to your social media account.
Distribute these materials in your neighborhoods, at work, at school, at places of worship — the possibilities are endless!
RecycleSpot Magnet (3”)
Household Hazardous Waste
Permanent Facilities flier
Join Recycle More At Work
By participating in the Recycle More At Work partnership
, your organization can help create jobs, reduce pollution, conserve energy and make our planet healthier. The goals of the Recycle More At Work partnership are simple: to strengthen your organization’s commitment to recycling and waste reduction and recognize your organization for doing good.
Have other questions about resources or materials? Let us know!