This directory thoroughly describes all of the solid waste education programs and materials available from all 50 states. If you are interested in starting a solid waste recycling program or improving what you have-this directory is for you. All programs K-12 are included, in addition to information provided on the other environmental programs available. The solid waste directory gives you names, addresses, phone numbers, materials currently being used, how you can get them, how much they cost or if they are free. This book will be of great interest to city managers and planners. All cities, towns and counties will want this book!
Introduction. Methodology. Summary of State Programs in Solid Waste and Recycling Education. California-Solid Waste Management Board. California-Golden Empire Health Planning Center. Connecticut-Department of Environmental Protection. Florida-Department of Education. Illinois-Environmental Protection Agency. Indiana-Office of School Assistance. Kentucky-Western Kentucky University. Kentucky-Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet. Maine-Office of Waste Recycling and Reduction. Massachusetts-Department of Environmental Protection. Michigan-Department of Natural Resources. Michigan-Genesee County Cooperative Extension Service. Minnesota-Waste Management Board. Missouri-Department of Natural Resources. New Jersey-Department of Environmental Protection. New York-Department of Environmental Conservation. Oregon-Department of Environmental Quality. Rhode Island-Department of Environmental Management. Tennessee Valley Authority-Environmental/Energy Education Program. Texas-Texas Education Agency. Texas-Department of Health, Division of Solid Waste. Vermont-Department of Education. Vermont-Institute of Natural Sciences. Virginia-Office of Litter Prevention and Recycling. Washington-Department of Ecology. Wisconsin-Bureau of Information and Education, Department of Natural Resources. Wisconsin-Environmental Resources Unit, University of Wisconsin. Education Resources Information Center (ERIC). Clearinghouses. Respondent States with No Recycling Education Programs. Alaska-Department of Education. Arkansas-Department of Pollution Control and Ecology. Delaware-Solid Waste Authority. District of Columbia-Office of Instruction. Kansas-Department of Education. Maryland-Department of Education. Mississippi-Department of Education. New Hampshire-Department of Environmental Services. New Mexico-Department of Education. North Carolina-Department of Public Instruction. Pennsylvania-Department of Environmental Resources. South Carolina-Department of Education. South Dakota-Department of Education and Cultural Affairs. Respondent State with No Waste Education Programs. Arkansas-Department of Pollution Control and Ecology. Delaware-Solid Waste Authority. Kansas-Department of Education. Maryland-Department of Education. Mississippi-Department of Education. New Mexico-Department of Education. North Carolina-Department of Public Instruction. South Carolina-Department of Education. Results. Materials Available. Solid Waste Management Background. Education Infrastructure. Project History and Description. Curriculum Development and Review. Curriculum Description. Discussion and Recommendations. References.