A Land Worth Loving - http://open2.net/environment/goinggreen.htm
This site, by Open University, provides quizzes and information on a number of green topics, including recycling. Find out what common household items you may compost or recycle.
Cartridge World - http://cartridgeworldusa.com/default.aspx
This site helps you locate a Cartridge World store near you, where you can drop off your ink cartridges for recycling. Inkjet and laser toner cartridges are an increasing problem in landfills.
Cell Phone Data Eraser - http://wirelessrecycling.com/home/data_eraser
Learn how you can sell, donate or recycle your old cell phone. This site provides details on how to remove personal information, like names and numbers, from your old cell phone so it may be reused.
Computer Recycling: Educational Resources - http://www.ce.cmu.edu/GreenDesign/comprec/resources.html
This site was created to help people locate information or contacts they need in order to reduce the amount of electronic equipment going to landfills. Find links to information regarding recycling computers, monitors, floppy disks and more.
Earth 911 - http://www.earth911.org/master.asp
This site allows you to enter your zip code and find local information about recycling centers, composting, motor oil recycling and more. Also has links to air quality, climate change and more.
Earth Ministry: Caring for All Creation - http://earthministry.org/Congregations/PS_greening_resources.htm
At this site you’ll find links to a number of Puget Sound greening resources that provide information on topics including transportation, food, energy conservation, recycling, composting, water conservation, green building and financial stewardship.
EEK! Recycling and Beyond – Environmental Education for Kids! - http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/caer/ce/eek/earth/recycle/index.htm
This Wisconsin site has activity pages, stories, games and lots of information about recycling.
Foam Free Seattle - http://foamfreeseattle.org
This site is devoted to advocating for a ban on polystyrene foam, a plastics product, at Seattle food establishments. Alternative recyclable and biodegradable products are an ecologically sound alternative for disposable food service ware.
Freecycle - http://freecycle.org
The Freecycle Network is a nonprofit organization devoted to people giving and getting items for free in their cities or towns. Membership is free and the organization allows people to find new homes for things they no longer use- and avoid having it go to a landfill.
Internet Consumer Recycling Guide - http://www.obviously.com/recycle
This recycling guide provides a starting point for consumers searching the Internet for recycling information. The information is intended for everyday people with regular household quantities of recyclable materials. The goal is to help make recycling easy and automatic, so that it blends into the flow of everyday life.