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Become a Planet Protector Today!

Your Planet Protectors Club kit includes:

  • An official membership certificate
  • An official Planet Protectors Club badge
  • Activity booklets for grades K-3 and 4-5
  • Great adventures on the Web

    NOTE: The Planet Protectors Kit is out of stock and no longer available. However, you may still order the indvidual pieces. See Below.

    NOTE to our international visitors: We can no longer provide you with printed copies of the kit and its individual titles. You may download them from the Web and copy them for your students.

    Create your own kit! Limited quantities of some parts of the Planet Protectors Club kit are available separately. You may order up to 30 copies of the following:


    Planet Protectors Create Less Waste in the First Place (Grades K-3 Activity Book) – (EPA530-K-99-006)

    Follow That Trail (Grades K-3 Activity Book) – (EPA530-K-98-001)

    Calendar of Activities Student Handout (Grades K-3) – (EPA530-H-06-005)

    Case of the Broken Loop (Grades4-5 Activity Book) – (EPA530-K-98-002)

    Planet Protectors Club Certificate – (EPA530-E-98-002c)

    Planet Protectors Club Badge – (EPA530-E-98-002d)

    Trash and Climate Change (Grades 4-5 Activity Book) – (EPA530-K-00-001)

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Tips to reduce waste

Drag the recyclables off the conveyor belt and put them in the correct bins.
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Tips to reduce waste
  • Use products made with recycled materials
  • Use energy-efficient light bulbs and rechargeable batteries
  • Shop with cloth bags
  • Reuse plastic bags, cups, containers, etc.
  • Repair items instead of throwing them away.
  • Compost your food and yard waste.

Learn more about reducing, reusing, and recycling.

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