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Building Green Guide: Sustainable Product Choices
Business Recycling Toolkit
Recycling Brochure Creation Tool
Recycling Managers Corner
Wisconsin Business Materials Exchange
Wisconsin Recycling Markets Directory
Community Natural Resources and Economic Development Program
The CNRED program area is the home Cooperative Extension Program in which the SHWEC program resides. The CNRED program has an extensive Specialist network as well as CNRED Agents in most Wisconsin Counties. CNRED Agents are the first line of support for community natural resource and economic development.
Environmental Resources Center
The Center is made up of a variety of UW-Extension Staff working on various environmental and natural resources programs such as lakes and water quality, agriculture pollution prevention, community hazardous waste collection programs and many other environmentally related programs around the state.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Cooperative Environmental Assistance Bureau
The Cooperative Environmental Assistance is located at this site and is a portal to the entire WI-DNR web site. CEA is a partner with SHWEC on a variety of pollution prevention programs. The CEA web site contains many pollution prevention publications, regulatory guidance links, cooperative agreements and projects and direct links to CEA Business Sector Specialists.
US-EPA Region 5 Solid Waste
The EPA's Region 5 Solid Waste web site home contains recycling information, solid waste programs, grants and initiatives in region 5 related to non-hazardous solid waste management.
WasteCap Resource Solutions
WasteCap Resource Solutions, Inc. is a nonprofit, industry supported 501(c)(3) organization that provides waste reduction and recycling assistance to businesses. WasteCap assists and encourages companies to effectively drive costs out of their operations through improved solid waste management practices.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - Waste & Materials Management
The Waste and Materials Management Program encourages management of waste as a resource to help ensure a clean and healthy Wisconsin for future generations. Our goal is to increase waste material reuse and recycling in Wisconsin by 30 percent. Wisconsin's communities and businesses benefit from a more efficient economy and a cleaner environment when waste becomes a resource.