Where Should These Go? Social Media Toolkit

The N.C. Division of Environmental Assistance and Customer Service (DEACS) has developed a set of ready-to-use social media posts to help reduce contamination. DEACS encourages local governments, recycling haulers and other North Carolina organizations to use and share these resources to educate the public and fight contamination.

Together, we can recycle more, better. #RecycleRightNC

Step 1: Open or download the Social Media Toolkit How-To Guide for example Facebook and Twitter text to pair with the graphics below. 

Step 2: Click on each graphic below to open and save the jpeg file. You can then post to your social media accounts and help your community recycle more, better.

Where Should These Go? Ceramic Items
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Household Glass
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Pumps or Tubes
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Disposable Cups
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Styrofoam
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Tanglers
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Batteries
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Appliances
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Electronics
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Clothing
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Hazardous
and Medical Waste
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Plastic Bags
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Paper Towels
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Food Waste
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Shredded Paper
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Receipts
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Egg Cartons
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Lids
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Scrap Metal
JPEG for Social Media

Where Should These Go? Pizza Boxes
JPEG for Social Media

See additional free recycling education materials offered by DEACS, including posters and customized brochures.