CITY OF WICHITA SOLID WASTE PLAN
INFORMATION ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL DEGREES IN COLLEGE
Entertaining and educational web based game
GOING GREEN AT COLLEGE
NIEHS (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)
Entertaining and educational with games, activities for kids and adults as well as lessons and lesson plans for teachers
“Excellent resources for planning and developing recycling programs”
Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment, Bureau of Waste Management
This site explains the various recycling programs supported by the state.
Kansas Organization of Recyclers
The Kansas Organization of Recyclers is comprised of public/governmental entities, business professionals, non-profit organizations and private citizens that support waste reduction, composting, reuse and recycling efforts in Kansas.
From the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (and Matt) comes a kids’ web site featuring Water, Weather, Plants, Energy and MORE.
Sedgwick County Household Hazardous Waste
Located at 801 Stillwell (316.660.7464) the HHW Facility is a place Sedgwick County residents can dispose of old chemicals and household hazardous waste free of charge.
Sedgwick County Recycling Guide
This online guide lists where many of the most commonly used household items can be recycled in Sedgwick County.
The Kid Should See This — Many great videos such as
Levar Burton –How Trash Is Recycled – Reading Rainbow
The Story of Stuff
The Movie “The Story of Stuff”
Entertaining animated and narrated history of how we got to this point in our wasteful lives.
Electronics, from mines to toxic waste
Bottled water … Do you know how it developed and where yours has been?