Poster Series

Could recycling use a boost in your building? Our poster series is one tool to help highlight NYC recycling rules and resources. Post signs in recycling areas, elevators, bulletin boards and other common areas and rotate each month to keep things fresh. Have an idea for a sign that could help improve your building's recycling program? Send us a note!

INSTRUCTIONS: Right click on the image or link to download a poster that can be printed on 8 1/2" x 11" paper for your building. When printing, make sure to set Page Scaling to Fit to Printable Area.


Green Your Halloween

Recycle Aluminum

Bring Home Groceries, Not Garbage

Green Your Halloween
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Recycle Aluminum
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Bring Home Groceries, Not Garbage
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No Plastic Shopping Bags

Compost Collection Expansion

Glass Recycling Poster

No Plastic Shopping Bags
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Compost Collection Expansion
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Glass Recycling Tips
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Paper Recycling Tip

Metal Recycling Tips
Million Pound Challenge
 

Paper Recycling Tips
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Metal Recycling Tips
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Textile Recycling
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Junk Mail Poster

Save Green. Recycle Paper
Stop 'N' Swaps
 

How to Stop Junk Mail
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Save Green. Recycle Paper
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Stop 'N' Swap
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Textiles Locations Poster One-Day Clothing Recycling Events One-Day Clothing Recycling Events
 

Recycle Clothing at Greenmarket
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Clothing & Textile Recycling
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Cardboard Recycling
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