Here's just a start on where we recommend you go on the 'Net to learn more about how to reduce, reuse and recycle:
The Story of Stuff is an interesting discussion of the materials economy with Annie Leonard.
CPSC, California Product Stewardship Council: This site is chucky blocky full of good ideas about corporate product stewardship as well as great recycling and reuse ideas. It's all about the production cycle and eliminating waste.
The Center for a New American Dream helps Americans consume responsibly to protect the environment, enhance quality of life, and promote social justice.
This recycling guide provides a starting point for consumers in the US and Canada searching the 'Net for recycling information. The goal is to help make recycling so easy and automatic that it blends into the flow of everyday life.
This organization has an extensive database on recycling options and shares many tips for conserving energy, preventing air pollution, and dealing with household hazardous waste.
Uncle Sam offers lots of statistics as well as news and practical tips on this site.
This organization is the only nonprofit group committed to comprehensive, nationwide program to collect and recycle rechargeable batteries and cell phones. Local drop-off sites noted on their site. A portion of proceeds goes to select charities.
Street performer Reverend Billy preaches his message of reducing consumption in his Church of Stop Shopping.