Town of Tewksbury
1009 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA 01876
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Useful recycling information and regulations



Information on the bottle bill provided by the Container Recycling Institute



Answer some of your recycling/waste questions



The Green Team is an interactive educational program that empowers students and teachers to help the environment through waste reduction, reuse, recycling and composting.



Look for places to recycle items not handled by Tewksbury’s program



Recycling games that every preschool teacher should check out



The Saint Louis County Resourceful Schools Project (RSP) is a collaboration between Cooperating School Districts and Saint Louis County Department of Health to support reducing, reusing and recycling in both schools and communities.

RSP assists Saint Louis County schools by supporting recycling programs, promoting purchase of recycled content products, and providing innovative lessons in math, science, social studies and communication arts related to the study of sold waste.



Wal-Mart has a way for schools to make money.  The TRC is looking into getting the program into our area.



Information and games by the USEPA for both kids and teachers.



Game by the USEPA where YOU become the Town Manager and learn what happens with your trash and how you can save money through recycling.



To give and get items for free (“freecycle”), check out http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Tewksburyfreecycle/  This is a local group which is part of www.freecycle.org, covering many different locations.  Post an item on the list and there is usually someone who wants it.  What a great way to reduce/reuse/recycle!



Calculate your recycling impact.  Developed by the National Recycling Coalition.



Many topics, including the song “R-E-C-Y-C-L-E” by Tom Chapin.



Recycling information - including the end products of  recycled materials



Some good information on composting.



Learn about saving energy in the home.  Fun for the whole family!



Can’t decide between a live/real or artificial Christmas tree?  Check this link out and then check out the rest of the site for some good information.