Recycling Education & Outreach

The City of High Point's Environmental Programs hope to reach the next generation of leaders with the message of "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle," as a way to care for the environment.

The City of High Point Recycling Division offers a variety of educational and outreach opportunities.

Upon request we will happily provide educational information, presentations, informational booths and facility tours. These are available to the public including: schools, scout troops, summer camps, families, community and religious groups and other organizations. Programs can be tailored to any age group and demographic and can focus on a wide range of recycling and waste reduction information. We also will gladly incorporate games, crafts, creative reuse and other engaging programming!

Sign up below or feel free to contact us for more information!

Schedule a Program or Tour

Would you like to schedule a speaker at your school? An informational booth? How about a tour of our recycling facility? Please use our user friendly registration forms linked below!

Request a Recycling Program or Facility Tour

Kindergarten Class with Recyclable Materials
Looks like these kindergartners have taken this message to heart by reusing materials to make these adorable frogs in art class.
Kids with Recyclable Materials

Greener Workplace

 
Are you interested in ideas to help make your workplace or place of worship a little more green or eco-friendly? Maybe you want to implement a recycling program but aren't sure where to start.  Check out our handy guides below and feel free to contact us with questions or if you would like us to bring you an educational program that highlights all this in more detail. 

Guide to a Greener Workplace
Guide for Starting a Recycling Program

Guilford Creek Week

Guilford Creek Week Logo High Point Recycling is proud to be a member of Guilford Creek Week, an event promoting the importance of local waterways and the role trash free waterways play. Look for the next Guilford Creek Week in March 2019!