- Related links
- Contact information
- For information on recycling, contact:
- Jennifer Semrau
The DNR and its recycling program partners have many resources for a variety of audiences. Learn how reducing, reusing and recycling can help you, your community, your business and the environment by saving money, energy and natural resources. Together, we can make a difference.
The following publications are available in print and sometimes in electronic form. If an electronic version is available, there is a link to that publication for easy downloading. All titles are followed by the publication number for easy ordering.
Use the following publication order form to request individual publications or bulk quantities (up to 100 copies). This order form will be updated twice a year.
To view other recycling publications, visit the searchable publications system. You can search by publication title or keyword or select the recycling category on the first screen to view all recycling related publications in the system.
Note: As of February 2013, Recycling News is called The ReSource.
Please note that older issues may include outdated information, including names, phone numbers and email addresses. To see issues older than those listed, visit the searchable publications database and select "Newsletter" in the "Keyword Search."
Clear and consistent signage and labeling increase recycling collection rates and decrease improper disposal if recyclable materials. Use these labels to clearly identify your recycling and trash collection containers.
The DNR has produced radio spots to promote grass-cycling, composting and leaf-mulching in Wisconsin. These radio ads are available to any community or organization interested in airing them. Please contact Elisabeth Olson for more information.
Green & Healthy Schools WisconsinJoin schools across Wisconsin in demonstrating a commitment to a sustainable Earth, stronger communities and healthier learning environments. Learn how your school can become an official Wisconsin Green & Healthy School as you teach and implement recycling and other sustainable practices.
Nature's Recyclers Activity Guide (IE-043) (out of print) is intended to help you teach people about natural recycling, cycles in nature and the important role people must play in recycling our natural resources.
Keepin' It In the Loop K-8 Teacher Activity Guide (WA-1526)This study guide is designed to help you and your students begin thinking about recycling – why it's important and how resources can be conserved and protected.
Recycling and Beyond: Fun Stuff Recycling activity and coloring book for kids.
TheWee Recyclers Early Childhood Environmental Education Program Guide (CE-2011) helps you teach children to become Wee Recyclers. Materials are designed for use with 3 to 5-year-olds in early child care settings; however, most activities can be modified for use with other age groups.
Wee Crafts Activity Guide (CE-2012) In this Wee Crafts guide, we provide some specific craft projects for you to create with your children.