Resource Web Links
The web is filled with exceptional resource sites for those who are looking for more information on how you can reduce, reuse, and recycle. Here are a few of our choices:
EARTH911 RECYCLING SEARCH offers more than 100,000 listings in North America for more than 350 materials. You can also call 1-800-CLEANUP.
In June 2008, the employees of South Central Indiana REMC, a rural electric cooperative located in Martinsville, IN, formed a Go-Green Committee. The committee is made up of 10 employees of the REMC and SCI Services LLC, Inc. The goal of the committee is to find ways to be more environmentally responsible both as a company and a community. The cost of development and maintenance of this website is paid by the South Central Indiana REMC to show its support for the go-green efforts of its employees and the Go-Green Committee.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Consumer information about reducing, reusing, and recycling materials.
Understand the steps of recycling: Collection and Processin, Manufacturing, Purchasing New Products Made from Recycled Materials.
Reduce Waste and Save Money at Home
Many resources of information about how to save water resources, reduce waste, conserve energy, and recycle/reuse.
Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM): Recycle Indiana
Discover what the state of Indiana is doing to help beautify our state including grant opportunities.
Ray's Trash Service
Ray's Trash Service, Inc. is the largest independent recycling and waste disposal operation in the Indianapolis area.
Best Way Disposal
Best in Service is their logo. Best Way Disposal provides weekly curbside waste collection, recycling, and other household trash service that is prompt and affordable.
Join this challenge to recycle plastic bottles with their caps!
Go Green in the Bathroom
How to remodel or install green fixtures, conserve water, and so much more!
In 2010, Green Halloween became a program of EcoMom Alliance, which works to inspire and empower women to reduce global warming using the historically proven power of education, mothers and community action. In this way, we can create a global network of change leaders - an EcoMom Alliance.