Recycling Links is a dynamic recycling and green living-focused website that makes recycling, conserving, reusing and living wisely easy. features comprehensive recycling location database that gives the user the ability to easily assemble a recycling to-do list. The database is location based, and aims to make your recycling needs as easy as possible, whether you’re clearing out the house during spring cleaning or simply looking to recycle a few shopping bags. (electronics recycling) 



Aluminum Can Council (ACC)
ACC is a partnership between the Can Manufacturers Institute and the Aluminum Association- basically the people who make and recycle aluminum cans. Interactive site teaching you about the appeal of the aluminum can from an environmental perspective as well as from a packaging standpoint. Informative links, photos, and captions pervade site to lead you through your recycling journey.


Earth 911
News, resources, videos and how-to recycling tips. Includes a great search tool for finding a source to recycle just about anything. (electronics recycling) 




Live Earth
Live Earth was a monumental music event that brought together a global audience on July 7, 2007. Live Earth launched a multi-year campaign to drive individuals, corporations and governments to take action to solve the climate crisis. On this site you can get an update on what the program is doing, by eco-friendly LiveEarth gear and explore tips and tools for reducing your carbon footprint.


Curbside Value Partnership
A program to promote curbside recycling by helping municipalities and other partners maximize the value of the cans they collect. Tools, best practices and news. 



The Aluminum Association, Inc. 

The US aluminum industry's premier web site for information and resources. A great place to find everything from a welding manual to teaching materials on recycling.



Container Recycling Institute 

This advocacy web site is full of sobering data on the impact caused by landfillling all containers — aluminum, plastic and glass. After visiting this web site you will never throw an aluminum beverage can away again.


Can Manufacturers Institute 

The US can industry offers programs and resources for recycling aluminum and steel cans. Here's where you can find out about the America Recycles Day Aluminum Can Challenge.



Scholastic Act Green! 

A fun web site for kids with lots of tools, games, news and resources for thinking and acting on the issues of global warming. Sign up and help power the Greenerator! 

One of the web's most active channels for news about the new Green Economy, with news feeds, features stories, blogs and more. Subscribe to 'GreenBuzz,' their daily Green Business email newsletter.


Southeast Recycling Development Council (SERDC) 

Organization that unites industries, governments, and non-government groups to promote sustainable recycling in the Southeast. Review informative newsletters, learn about opportunities to attend regional recycling forums, and scan some helpful links to SERDC's sponsors and members.


Waste Balers 

Mil-tek air powered balers are low energy, small footprint, safe and easy to use and maintain.





Plug-In to eCycling is a partnership between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and electronics manufacturers and retailers that encourages consumers to donate or recycle used electronics.


Telecommunications Industry Association 

Provides everything you need to know about electronics recycling.  Search for reuse, recycling, and donation programs across the country.



Consumer Electronics Association 

Ultimate Guide to Consumer Electronics - provides buying guides, tips and information for audio systems, digital television, digital cameras and camcorders, home networking products, car electronics and wireless phones.



Many corporations participate in Call2Recycle to “green” their internal operations for FREE (i.e., recycle batteries from laptops).  The program is available throughout the US & Canada and can accommodate both small & large quantities of used batteries.


Make an Impact
Make an Impact, a partnership between the Pew Center on Global Climate Change and Alcoa, provides tips, tools and resources for Alcoa employees, their families and local communities to save energy and save money by better understanding their environmental footprint.