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Free Recycling Posters!


In our newsletter last month we included a link to a poster kit that we created.  If you are a frequent reader of our blog you may remember our infographics about paper recycling, plastic recycling, glass recycling, and aluminum recycling.  We took those graphics and resized them so they could be printed as 12"x36" posters! 

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.

Poster Kit


These posters are still avaliable for download and would make a steller addition to your home or workspace. Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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We love your site and recycling tips, facts and news. Thanks for your hard work!!!!  
John Chadwick
Posted @ Thursday, April 11, 2013 4:52 PM by Go Green Recycling & Hauling
@John Chadwick, Thank you for reading!
Posted @ Friday, April 12, 2013 7:18 AM by Kyley Eagleson
I am the parent facilitator at a local elementary school and I am organizing a family saftey fun night and would like to know if your organization could send me information or anything about recycling. Any help would be greatly appricated, thank you Catherine Donahue 105 greenwood place buffalo New York 14213
Posted @ Wednesday, February 19, 2014 5:48 AM by Catherine Donahue
@Catherine Donahue, these posters would be a great place to start! They're large enough that you could have them printed at your local Kinkos and they could even be used in a classroom after your event. If you just click the blue button you can download them easily! Thanks for reading!
Posted @ Wednesday, February 19, 2014 7:26 AM by Kyley Eagleson
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