The following list of waste exchange and reuse websites are
recommended by the RRaRC for viewing:
Do you have a good idea for an environmental education program or project?
The following links will help you connect your good ideas with the financial resources to make them happen.
*Listed below are other material exchanges whose links can be found on the internet at the King County website address:
Alaska Materials Exchange
British Columbia Materials Exchange
Canadian Chemical Exchange
EnviroShare Materials Exchange (GA)
Global Recycling Network (GRN)
IMEX (Pacific Northwest)
Indiana Materials Exchange
Iowa Waste Exchange
Kentucky Industrial Material Exchange
King County (Wash.) Recycling Quik Guide for Construction Debris
Millenium Exchange (Maryland)
Minnesota Materials Exchange Alliance
Montana Material Exchange
National Oil Recyclers Association
New Hampshire Waste Exchange
Ontario Waste Materials Exchange
Portland Chemical Consortium
Reusable Building Materials Exchange (King County, Wash.)
Southern Waste Information Exchange (SWIX) - Florida
Southwest Waste Exchange "Waste Exchanger" (North Carolina)
Sonomax (Sonoma County, California)
Tennessee Materials Exchange
Unison International (chemicals only)
Vermont Business Materials Exchange
West Virginia Materials Exchange
Yahoo Recycling Company Links
Do you have a good idea for an environmental education program or project? The following links will help you connect your good ideas with the financial resources to make them happen.
Grants - Environmental Education Specific Resources
A listing of various organizations that provide grants for environmental education projects.
Look for other EE funding sources on the state and regional EE resources http://eelink.net/eeorganizationsandprojects-stateandregional.html pages. You can also do a keyword search on all of these sites by following the grant search http://eelink.net/grantsearch-multisitesearch.html link.
EPA Environmental Education Grant Program
The Grant Program sponsored by EPA's Office of Environmental Education supports environmental education projects that enhance the public's awareness, knowledge, and skills to make informed decisions that affect environmental quality. Since 1992, EPA has received between $2 and $3 million in grant funding per year and has awarded about 1,700 grants.
Grants of $25,000 or less are awarded in EPA's ten regional offices, and grants of more than $25,000 are awarded at EPA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Applying for a grant - Each year EPA's Office of Environmental Education releases a Solicitation Notice in the Federal Register that provides instructions for obtaining a grant. Fiscal Year 2002 Solicitation Notice. http://www.epa.gov/enviroed/solnotice01.html