The international recycling efforts are tremendous. Many groups throughout the world are trying to save the planet.

Recycling in the international community is still developing but many countries have been successful. Recycling has been most successful where it is less expensive than other methods of waste management. For example, recycling programs work well in many European countries and in Japan. In these countries, high population density, plentiful recyclable materials, low transportation costs, and a shortage of landfill space contribute to the success of recycling.

Links to other web sites:

Pollution Online Acid Rain
Department of Environmental Protection Ecology
Pollution Engineering Environment Webdirectory
Pollution Control Department Envirolink
Air Pollution Control Noise Pollution
New Ideas in Pollution Regulation Quality of the Air
US Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Recycling
International Institute for Environment and Development Water Environment
Center for Clean Air Policy Global Warming
Climate Institute Ozone Depletion
World Environmental Society Ozone Layer
Center for Environmental Study Acid Rain
World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) WWF Global
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Greenpeace
Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program (PESP)
ECO - The Campaign for Political Ecology
New Environmentalism
Tire Recycling Management Association
Environmental Recycling Group
Waste Watch
Student Environmental Action Coalition
National Water Resources Association

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