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Trash Talk School Newsletter

Trash Talk is a 4-page newsletter with a teacher guide targeted to upper elementary students. It helps organizations such as city/town/county governments and solid waste districts get the word out about recycling and the environment to their younger citizens. Our efficient production process gives you the best of both worlds.

Local Information. Pages 1 and 4 contain tailored information about your local waste reduction and recycling issues. You just return a simple questionnaire, and we do the rest.

Cost Savings. Pages 2 and 3 contain fun, educational activities and puzzles and are the same for each client. This allows you to share a print run with several other clients, realizing significant savings. Trash Talk is tabloid size and full-color. We use soy-based inks and print on recycled newsprint.

One Person’s Trash Community Newsletter

One Person’s Trash is a content-rich newsletter tailored to your community. Available as a 4-page print version or an e-newsletter, it keeps residents informed about local recycling, waste reduction and other environmental issues. It’s the perfect format for recycling reminders, drop-off events, holiday schedules, compost programs and more.

Local Information. Pages 1 and 4 contain tailored information about your local waste reduction and recycling issues. You just return a simple questionnaire, and we do the rest.

Customized Information. Pages 1 and 4 of the print version feature articles written specifically about your community. We’ll send you a questionnaire to make sure we cover all of your issues. You can use the One Person’s Trash title or provide your own (no extra charge).

Cost Savings. Pages 1 and 4 of the print version feature articles written specifically about your community. You’ll benefit from our printing efficiencies. Because pages 2 and 3 are the same for all clients, we’re able to print thousands of sheets at a time, saving you money.

One Person’s Trash is full-color and tabloid size. We use soy-based inks and recycled newsprint. Spanish and other language summaries are
also available.