Providing recycling opportunities at school is a great way to help tomorrow's citizens learn about protecting the environment and managing waste wisely. Eureka Recycling currently provides recycling services to schools and colleges in Saint Paul. There are many resources available to help teachers bring recycling education into the classroom.
As of January 2007, Saint Paul Public Schools is partnering with Eureka Recycling to provide recycling services to the entire district. For more information about recycling in Saint Paul Public Schools, email or call us at (651) 222-7678.
Private and charter schools must arrange for their own recycling pick-up service. To set up Eureka Recycling's service at your school, email or call us at (651) 222-7678. Eureka Recycling can help you set up a recycling program in your school, including collecting your recycling. Fundraising opportunities may also be available.
Small schools may also consider collecting materials themselves and delivering them to Saint Paul's Recycling Drop-Off Center for FREE.
Ramsey County provides technical assistance for schools and businesses that want to begin a recycling program at (651) 266-1199.
Eureka Recycling partners with Eco Education, a non-profit environmental education organization based in Saint Paul. Eco Education has a variety of program offerings for schools with particular emphasis on 5th-12th grades in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Pollution Control Agency
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has waste and recycling education resources available for classrooms including videos, posters, a recycled products kit, a household hazardous waste learning trunk and curriculum for students K-12.
Last Update: December 2006