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Protecting our nation’s environment is of paramount concern to all Americans, as reflected in national polling results that consistently rank the environment as one of the top three priorities among consumers.

In the past, most environmental programs have focused on either repairing damage that has already been sustained, or attempting to return the environment to its original state prior to the advancement of industrialized societies. While these retroactive concepts of environmental protection are critical to cleaning up existing problems, the proactive solution of Earth 911 is an unparalleled response to today’s environmental issues.

It is the mission of Earth 911 to empower the public with community-specific resources to improve their quality of life. While sustainable prevention programs are by far the best way to protect our nation’s environment, the costs associated with many of these programs can be astronomical. That is why the use of this Public and Private Sector Partnership is so important in effectuating prevention ideals. Through the Partnership, economies of scale and scope are achieved, promoting this public service across the nation and centralizing environmental resources into one user-friendly network.

Through a single toll-free phone call to 1-800-CLEANUP or the use of this Web site, you can access several sections of community-specific environmental information at no cost to the user or taxpayer.
For community-specific information, simply enter your ZIP code, and the Web site or our hotline will easily guide you to information about:

Recycling Centers
Green Shopping
Energy Conservation
Household Hazardous Waste
Kids / Environmental Education
And dozens of other resources
With guidance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and several other federal, state and local agencies, future components will be added to this network, providing detailed environmental information on:

Real-time air pollution information
Information on renewable energy
Volunteerism information
And more!
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