Videos, tip sheets and other downloadable information can help educate consumers about plastics recycling.  Below are some resources you can use.  Click each drop-down tab to learn more.

Plastics Make It Possible®

Plastics Make It Possible® is a public outreach campaign to help educate consumers about how plastics inspire innovations that improve our lives while contributing to sustainability. The campaign boasts a wealth of multimedia resources about plastics recycling. 

The Recycling Partnership

The Recycling Partnership (previously called Curbside Value Partnership) has created numerous resources to help recycling professionals educate consumers about recycling. Check out their tools to build stronger, cleaner recycling programs below:

Check out this presentation for basics on developing a successful education campaign and this page for a soup-to-nuts perspective of a successful partner campaign.

'I Want to Be Recycled' Campaign

Keep America Beautiful’s (KAB) “I Want to Be Recycled” campaign is a national, consumer-focused program aimed at increasing motivation and behaviors associated with recycling across the country. Click here.

'Bin It' Recycling App

Sure, you’ve recycled plastic containers before, but can you: Toss an empty plastic bottle into the recycling bin from across the kitchen …with a monkey screaming overhead? How about on a fashion runway … with paparazzi bears flashing their cameras at you? Or from the three-point line … with a giant penguin as the referee? Add a tricky crosswind that blows your bottles off course to make it even more difficult … and now you’re playing Bin It – a fun and challenging new game that challenges you to recycle! Bin It is now available for free download in the App Store. Toss your plastic bottles into the bin to turn them into new products – see how many recycled t-shirts, sweaters or sleeping bags you can create. Share Bin It with your friends. And remember: ‘Bin It’ on the iPhone, on the iPad and (most importantly) in your everyday life!

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