recycling poster ideas

Suggestions for posters – Posters can show what materials are being recycled to school; how you are reducing waste and/or reusing at your school.
Suggestions for posters – Show different events (sports, concerts, festivals, etc.) where recyclables' should be collected.
Suggestions for posters – Show what New York recycles.
Suggestions for posters – Show what materials can be composted and/or what you can do with compost.
This theme is wide open! We are looking for students to develop a mascot and slogan to increase textile recycling – clothes, towels and other materials that are not good enough to be reused.
Suggestions for posters – Show different types of litter and what can happen with it.

Great ideas to teach kids the importance of recycling and getting them in the habit for life long recycling.
I started recycling when I was a kid and have continued since, so I think any way to teach kids to recycle is great.
Recycled crafts are a great idea to get kids interested in recycling for the rest of their lives.
These are all great ideas for exposing our kids and grandkids to recycling and earth day.
So important to teach kids about recycling! It’s good to know they have children’s books about this very important subject.
Thanks for sharing these great Recycling Activities for Kids.
These are some great recycling ideas.for kids.
Really good recycling ideas and a fun way of teaching kids how to contribute to the cleaner and greener environment.
Some interesting ideas in your Recycling Activities for Kids lens.
This is a great way to teach the kids about recycling.
This seems like good Recycling ideas for the kids.
Let kids paint the box and when the paint dries, children can take turns in their new special cardboard room reading or looking at picture books about recycling.
This is such an important lens for all humans on this planet and good ideas for getting kids involved.
A good DVD is a wonderful way to teach kids about recycling in an entertaining way.
There are plenty of fun crafts kids can make by recycling toilet paper rolls.
Kids will really them and it’s a good way to recycle toilet paper rolls.
So many great recycling ideas here, thank you so much for sharing.
2014 Congratulations to the winning artists of this year's poster contest!  Each winner will receive an Award of Excellence and recognition at the February 10, 2014 Board of County Commissioners meeting.
O.a. door de kleur maar vooral omdat ik er direct twee dingen in herkende; een flesje en een gloeilamp.
De poster "Recycling" kwam ik tegen op Pinterest en sprak mij direct aan.
Slim gebruik gemaakt van twee voorwerpen die dicht bij recyclen en milieuvriendelijkheid staan.
"Biografias," an installation by Alicia Martin at Casa de America, Madrid.
This poster is great for the classroom or home, and reminds children about the three R's of recycling – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – in a fun way.
This fun "remember to recycle plastic" poster is a useful reminder for children (and adults) – fun for the classroom or home.
Custom design marketing promotional products with energy conservation, recycling and conservation of water themes, so you can meet your environmental goals.
Recycling Posters Recycling Posters and Placards, Custom and Stock Our recycling posters can be purchased as-is, customized or we can create a new design for your needs.
You are viewing zazzle’s Recycle posters section where you can find many shapes, sizes, and styles of Recycle posters available for customization or ready to buy as is.
A couple of the popular poster options are the various printing mediums such as canvas, and the many custom frames that are available on most designs.
To see some of the other products available on zazzle.com, check out our main recycle page.
In most of the cases slogans appear in places such as park benches, telephone poles, bulletin boards in community centers, picnic tables, litter receptacles, recycling containers, etc.
One of the first things you may want to consider is having a recycling slogan that your site, movement or organization centers around.
Recycling is more of a movement than a product, and so when selecting a slogan it is important to keep in mind the image you are conveying about your organization.
But, when it comes to recycling slogans, studies reveal that humor is not a good way to go.
Recycling slogans have clever and catchy one-liners, colorful pictures, and unique design elements.
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Learn how to be waste-free! EPA developed the Waste-Free Lunch poster to help students learn how to reduce, reuse, and recycle items in their school lunches.
Use the poster to get your students interested in waste-free lunches and to learn how to organize a Waste-Free Lunch Day.
In your email, include your name, your school’s name, an explanation of what you did to make your Waste-Free Lunch Day a success, and any photos you would like posted on the EPA website.
Download the poster (PDF) (2 pp, 1.7MB, about PDF) or request a copy of Pack A Waste-Free Lunch (EPA-530-H-05-002).
These poster can be a reference to learn about the importance of recycling, these posters focus on environmental sustainability to minimize the environmental footprint and should be able to increase awareness for the environment.
A recycling poster print can even be created to encourage business or organizations to provide funding to various recycling community or encourage students to take part in caring for the environment.
Positive Poster Design Competition: A minimalistic illlustrative poster designed to represent the hope that grows from the act of recycling.
An effective poster to make people aware of recycling.
A minimal and straightforward poster on recycling it’s encouraging to pick up litter you drop.
Post signs in recycling areas, elevators, bulletin boards and other common areas and rotate each month to keep things fresh.
Could recycling use a boost in your building? Our poster series is one tool to help highlight NYC recycling rules and resources.
Cut large posters into smaller squares or rectangles for small gifts or use an entire poster to wrap one large .
After the glue has dried for four to six hours, use scissors or a box cutter to cut the poster into large or small puzzle pieces or geometric shapes that can be fitted together.
Twenty-nine percent of the solid waste Americans created in 2010 consisted of paper products, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (See Reference 1).
Once you’re finished using the backsides, you can run the used pieces through a paper shredder and use them to fill gift boxes.
You can contribute toward the decrease in paper waste by recycling the old posters you no longer wish to hang on your walls.
Glue the unwanted poster to a thin sheet of cardboard or empty cereal boxes that have been cut open and flattened.
Cut the poster into smaller pieces and use the backsides for grocery lists or notes to family members.
Cut out individual words or letters, cut out patterns and designs and save interesting parts of the poster you might like to use later, such as facial features, musical notes or nature pictures.
You can help reduce the number of people in your town who don’t recycle by designing a poster that will encourage them with information and advice.
Common reasons include ignorance of the importance of recycling for environmental reasons and laziness.
Teachers and teenagers often have discarded posters that need disposal, and there are several more ecologically friendly options than throwing them in the trash.
You can check out the poster gallery at They have posters in the gallery.
To help raise people’s consciousness for the importance of recycling, to prevent waste through reusing or reducing and have fun at the same time.
In line with this, I would like to request for a high resolution soft copy of the said posters/images so as to prevent printing a "pixelized" version of the said file.
Also don’t forget the great items you might have on hand that also promote the program: refillable mugs, T-shirts, reusable lunch bags, canvas bags! People love free stuff, so this is a great opportunity to reward folks with items that will assist them in their waste reduction efforts.
Reusable mugs are inexpensive, a good place to advertise the Recycling/Waste Reduction Program and these are assisting the effort by giving folks a tool to further reduce waste on campus.
*Door Hangers: In the Residence Halls and Family Housing areas, door hangers are very effective in getting information out at the beginning of the year on the recycling system available in those areas and also at the end of the year to give folks information about reducing waste in move-outs.
Getting folks to do an activity and get a free gift is a great way to educate folks! Other items that are inexpensive are: pencils made from recycled jeans (folks love those!), key chains, desk pencil holders, binder clips etc…Click here for some promotional item companies.
•  In 1988, U.S. industry legally expelled 22 billion pounds of toxic waste into the air, soil, and water.
•  Each year Americans discard 18 billion disposable diapers, enough to construct a trail stretching from the Earth to the Moon (240,000 miles away) and back again seven times.
•  Animal agriculture has been responsible for 85% of our topsoil loss, 260 million acres of forest destruction, and 53% of the world water consumption.
•  The average American uses 60 to 80 gallons of water a day.
•  Every quarter pound hamburger from a steer raised in Central America represents the loss of 55 square feet, or one half ton of valuable tropical rain forest.
•  A landfill receiving 1,000 tons of waste per day will produce 11 tons of pollutants and toxic leaching each day.
•  The average shower uses 12 to 14 gallons of water; the average bath, in a tub half full, uses 20 gallons.
•  In California , nearly 130 million pounds of ozone-producing chemicals are emitted into the air each year, representing 5% of the world’s output.
•  Disposable diapers represent 2% of all municipal solid waste in America .
•  Amount of meat imported annually by the U.S. from Central America : 2 million pounds.
•  An automatic dishwasher generally uses less water than washing dishes by hand.
These posters are great for a classroom, home, office, or anywhere you feel people could use more information about what happens to the things we put in the recycling bin.
 If you are a frequent reader of our blog you may remember our infographics about paper recycling, plastic recycling, glass recycling, and aluminum recycling.
Even better then our large selection of stock of recycling posters, water decals & energy conservation tip booklets designed for earth day events, is our team of creative environmental consultants that can help you design your very own promotional give-away.
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Want more information about recycling? Thinking of new ideas for class projects and field trips? Interested in having one of our educators or MaxMan, Rhode Island’s recycling superhero, come to your school? This is the launch pad for all your educational needs.

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