U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Superfund for Students and Teachers

A Free Hazardous Waste Cleanup and Prevention Poster!

This poster is the seventh in a series of water-resources education posters developed through the Water Resources Education Initiative. The Water Resources Education Initiative is a cooperative effort between public and private education interests. Partners in the program include the U.S. Geological Survey, Bureau of Reclamation, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of the U.S. Department of the Interior, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Groundwater Foundation, and the National Science Teachers Association.

The other completed posters in the series are entitled, "Water, The Resource That Gets Used and Used and Used for Everything!," "How Do We Treat Our Wastewater?," "Wetlands: Water, Wildlife, Plants, and People!," "Ground Water: The Hidden Resource!," "Water Quality: Potential Sources of Pollution," and "Navigation: Traveling the Water Highway." The posters in the series are designed to be joined to create a wall mural.

Water-resources topics of the posters are drawn in a cartoon format by the same artist. Posters are available in color or black-and-white. The reverse sides of the color posters contain educational activities: one version for children in grades 3-5 and the other with activities for children in grades 6-8. The black-and-white posters are intended for coloring by children in grades K-2.

Copies of the seven posters in the series (color or black-and-white, for grades K-2, 3-5, or 6-8) can be obtained at no cost from the U.S. Geological Survey. Write to the address below and specify the poster title(s) and grade level(s) desired. Please write, call, or e-mail to order:

U.S. Geological Survey
Branch of Information Services
Box 25286
Denver, CO 80225

Telephone: 1-800-435-7627

E-mail: USGS Information Services


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