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Cool Green Infographics


There’s nothing like a quick dose of reality to motivate people to take action. Infographics are fun tools to help people understand the full impact of their actions or inactions. Here’s a sampling of some of Earth911’s favorite green-themed infographics.

Top Ten Greenest States

See how your state stacks up in the race for green.

Why Americans Don’t Recycle
Knowledge moves the needle on recycling behavior.

Eco Benefits of Green Gadgets
Recent progress in electronics means big benefits for the planet.

Best Green Infographics
A roundup of more infographics including natural resources, e-waste and water.



One year after passing the nation’s most progressive e-waste law, NY State gets mixed results.

Carpinteria, Calif.
, bans plastic and paper bags

Dana Point, Calif., OKs plastic bag ban

Illinois Plastic Bag & Film Recycling Act passes Senate and moves to the House.

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PSI Networking Webinar Series

Product Stewardship Institute presents its 13th educational series beginning in May.

Chemicals of Concern

NAHMMA webinar on contact and inhalation toxins found in homes, schools and the workplace.
Green Cities

Green City Award winners

Whiting, Bellevue, San Jose are lauded for their ingenuity.

Saginaw gets serious

Improperly sorted recyclables or non-recyclables in the blue bin won’t be collected after warnings.

Clothing collaboration

CTR and SMART partner  to promote clothing recycling in the U.S. with SustainU.
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Dan Leal, founder of csr eco solutions, took a popular concept and applied it to proper disposal of office goods. Leal created a service to pick up corporate surplus assets and deliver them to charities, schools and organizations that need them, diverting thousands of tons of waste from landfills. Corporations pay for the service, which includes management of recovery, donations and recycling. 
15-19: Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries 2012 Conference & Expo
16-18: Fortune Green
25-27: Environmental Show of the South
25-27: CARE Annual Conference (Carpet America Recovery Effort)
29-May 2: Annual Washington State Recycling Association Conference 
30-May 2: Waste Expo   
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