Waste and Recycling industry
and on-going Education
Education Programs pave the way for our future.
Lady Green Recycling finds ways to make recycling participation fun and effective, with 10+ years of experience in the Waste and Recycling industry, we created simplified concepts and activities for everyone!
We offer customizable Education Programs for Schools, Organizations and Businesses that encourage participants to think critically and
Our services benefit:
- Education Institutions
Activity Books & Toolkits
Learn with Michelle and her friends about recycling, composting and sustainability. This fun series of Activity Books includes free stickers inside that our students love!
- Customizable products
- Individual Purchase (Families)
- Mass quantity Purchase (Schools)
The Lady Green App teaches users how to recycle properly lowering contamination rates and increasing recycling through gamification.
- Recycling and Waste Metrics tracker
- Bin Sorting Game
- Kids’ Zone
Short Educational Videos customized for schools and other organizations based on their own Recycling Program and their local recycling markets.
To maintain contamination levels low, on-going education is a must. We recommend doing recycling campaigns every 2 to 3 months by way of flyers, videos, activities and more. We help through every step of the way, from designing customized flyers to producing your recycling videos.
- Memos and newsletters
- Institutional posters
- Themed Posters
- Bin stickers
- Office spaces
Coordination’s and follow-ups with Ecological School Clubs.
Bin Decorating contest to all Dade and Broward County Public and Private School.
Presentations, school visits and complete waste and Recycling audits.
- Philanthropic Programs
- Compost Education
- Ecological Fairs
- Beach cleanups
Michelle wants to help save the rainforest with the help of friends, her dog Lady, and her two birds Luna and Luki whose families are from the Amazon. Feeling distraught after finding out about the daily destruction of the rainforest and plastic pollution, she gets a sense of urge to start a recycling club.