LAND & PROPERTYGarbage & RecyclingRecycling Services3Rs for local governments   
Below are resources for cities and towns to distribute information about recycling programs and promote recycling in public areas:
  • Recycling instructions to print or place on websites
  • Posters to place in workplaces and public areas
  • Signage to place over recycling bins in public areas

 TitleSize Created DateDescription
Curbside Recycling Instructions1.42 MBDownload3/2/2015Sorting instructions for curbside recycling and information about household hazardous waste and special recycling programs
"I want to be a bench" poster6.71 MBDownload3/2/2015Part of Keep America Beautiful's "I want to be..." campaign to encourage recycling
"Stop treating us like garbage" poster142.05 KBDownload3/2/2015St. Louis County recycling poster
Cardboard Signage16.84 MBDownload3/2/2015 
Glass Signage12.13 MBDownload3/2/2015 
Metal, Plastic and Carton Signage20.49 MBDownload3/2/2015 
Paper Signage30.40 MBDownload3/2/2015 
Trash Signage2.15 MBDownload3/2/2015 
Cans and Plastic Signage496.94 KBDownload3/2/2015 
Carton bill stuffer683.68 KBDownload3/2/2015Bill stuffer flyer to be sent with utility bills to let people know they can recycle cartons.
Recycling saves water bill stuffer219.19 KBDownload3/2/2015Bill stuffer to be sent with utility bill or other mailings
Best Management Practices for recycling182.78 KBDownload3/18/2015A variety of practices that cities can implement to encourage and increase recycling in their communities.
Recycling Infographic584.02 KBDownload6/10/2015Graphic displaying how much St. Louis County recycles and what impact it has on our environment. PNG file also available for website or social media posts.