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Recology CleanScapes offers the following educational materials for our customers and the community at large.

Electronic Waste

Electronic waste, or E-Waste, includes computers, monitors, and televisions.  These products contain toxic chemicals that, if not disposed of correctly, cause environmental contamination and serious health impacts. Read more.

Green Business Practices

Reducing your environmental impact is a great way to reduce business costs. Below are some ideas on how you can minimize your environmental impact while saving money. Read more.

Reduce Your Paper Consumption

Reducing your paper consumption is one of the easist ways to minimize your environmental impact. Read more.


Even if nothing you purchase ever ends up in a landfill, creating the product in the first place consumes natural resources.  Use your purchasing dollars to support products and companies that place an emphasis on environmental sustainability. Read more.

Bicycle Recycling

Every year, millions of bicycles end up in landfills in the US. CleanScapes and Bike Works have united to turn things around. Read more.

Calculate Your Impact

Do you want to know just how much carbon you are keeping out of the atmosphere by taking the bus each day?  Curious about whether you are recycling everything you can?  These tools will help you calculate your waste output and environmental impact. Read more.

"The Story of Stuff"

As consumers, we vote with our wallets. Most of the items we buy are made from a combination of many different materials and natural resources from around the world. By learning where product ingredients come from and how things are made, we can make educated choices about the environmental impact we want to have when we shop. The organizations and videos shared below help illustrate the full story of some of the things we buy. Read more.


Mulch is a protective cover placed over soil to reduce weeds and erosion and retain moisture and warmth. By using materials from your yard, you provide protection and soil nutrition and improve the health of your garden while benefitting the environment. Read More.