Curriculum Training

REDO, in partnership with USEE (the Utah Society for Environmental Education) provides waste and recycling curriculum training to teachers and informal educators. Interested in taking a tour at a local landfill or recycling center? We will connect you! Do you want to make an impact but don’t know where to start? We can help you begin your journey. Contact us to learn more.

High Schools

REDO works with students who want to create, improve and/or promote recycling systems in their schools and communities. We empower these young leaders by providing training, support and educational materials. 

Students gain valuable leadership experience educating their peers, and the community, on how to recycle right. Volunteer hours and projects will vary depending on the type of program they choose to create.

Students from the PCHS Conservation Council meet to discuss the creation of a Recycling Committee.
Bryce Mayer labeled over 1,500 recycling bins with updated information around his neighborhood for his Eagle Scout project.

Community Education Campaign

REDO partners with cities and recycling companies who want to reduce contamination in their residential communities. 

REDO’s team will:

  • Engage with stake holders
  • Recruit and train volunteers
  • Implement an outreach plan
  • Track results

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