Programs and Resources
Local Solid Waste Information
Vermont solid waste districts and planning entities provide and maintain information on local reuse and recycling options.
Air Pollution Control Division
This division studies acid rain and related air pollution problems, monitors air quality and air pollution sources, proposes regulations to improve existing air quality, and issues permits to control pollution from sources of air contaminants across the state.
Association of Vermont Recyclers
The Association of Vermont Recyclers is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to promoting reduction, reuse, recycling, and sustainable consumption.
Department of Environmental Conservation
The Department of Environmental Conservation manages water and air quality and regulates solid and hazardous wastes.
This site provides local information about what and where recycling is provided.
Phone: (800)932-7600 (Vermont Only) Nationwide: 802-241-3888
State of Vermont
United States Environmental Protection Agency-Region 1, New England
This agency serves the environmental programs in Connectitcut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources
This agency goal is “to protect, sustain, and enhance Vermont’s natural resources, for the benefit of this and future generations” by working to protect and enhance our state’s air, water, forest, and other natural resources.
Vermont Department of Education
The Department of Education houses information that can help teachers, students and parents with questions they may have regarding kindergarten through 12th grade state education programs.
Waste Management Division
The Waste Management Division oversees the use, treatment, and handling of hazardous and solid wastes.