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Why do we give free standardized labels to K-12 schools? 

One of the best places to help facilitate systemic change in the world is in K-12 schools. Young people are passionate about the planet and with the use of standardized labels on school bins and throughout society, we are making it easier for the next generation to become lifelong proper recyclers.

Thanks to amazing corporate donors such as Kiehl's, Bank of America, Whole Foods, Sony and others, as well as individual donors, we have been able to donate hundreds of thousands of free standardized labels to public schools. Because of these labels, schools are reporting that they have doubled their recycling levels -- and in some cases, the school districts are each saving approximately $200,000 in landfill fees per year (net savings)!

Here's How it Works

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YOU and Corporate Heroes (such as these brands below)
Donate to Recycle Across America.

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Recycle Across America and our Amazing Green School NGO Partners (below) Deliver the Free Standardized Labels to U.S. K-12 Schools!

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Media and Celebrities Help Celebrate the Progress

'Good Morning San Diego' TV news station celebrates Kiehl's donation of standardized labels with students from San Diego K-12 Public Schools

The Weather Channel shows the 

standardized labels being used on bins at the largest private school in the U.S., Windward Academy in Atlanta, GA.

Sony donated standardized labels to K-12 school in Hawaii in addition to displaying the labels during their PGA Open.

Celebrities help raise funds with Kiehl's to provide free standardized labels to K-12 schools throughout the U.S.

La Jolla public school students received standardized labels thanks to Kiehl's. The labels are implemented at all 180 schools in the San Diego Unified School District. 

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Students and Schools Report Progress and Send Gratitude to Donors

Our recycling levels have doubled in the schools where we are using the standardized labels. We’re now beginning to use the labels in all of our schools throughout our district.

Culver City Unified School District

Cully Nordby, Recycling Coordinator CCUSD

The GSNN would like to thank Recycle Across America for developing national standardized labels for recycling bins for schools. Your program is an essential element that will advance the national green and healthy school movement. Recycle Across America will assist all of our future generations to develop lifestyle habits that will ensure a sustainable world.

Green Schools National Network

Jim McGrath, President

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The standardized labels will help our kids – as well as our employees – quickly understand what can be put in the recycling bins around the schools.

Houston Independent School District

Kim Urban, Manger of Accounting Construction and Facility Services for HISD

Recycle Across America provides free standardized labels to K-12 schools throughout the U.S. Since using the standardized labels on our recycling bins, our recycling amounts have gone up so dramatically and the materials captured are so clean, that we saved approximately $200,000 in landfill fees in the first year since using the labels!

San Diego Unified School District

Janet Whited, Waste Management Director, SDUSD

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Check out the photos from the OCPS Green Day event!