Envocare Ltd. was established to provide easy access for the public at large to information relevant to preserving and improving the environment. Their web-site offers links to information about recycling, hazardous waste, PCs and cartridges, electrical equipment, ethical investment, composting, alternative and renewable energy, climate change and environmental education.
Behind the glossy image of Kodak's film there lies one of the largest emitters of toxins in the United States. Eastman Kodak, a multinational corporation with headquarters in Rochester, New York is the state's number one manufacturing polluter. Kodak has a long history of environmental violations, contamination of the Rochester community, dumping of hazardous wastes in Kodak Park, and advocacy for the weakening of environmental regulations. These examples of Kodak's dismal environmental record, however, are only a small snapshot of the problem. On this web site you will find information about Kodak's Toxic Colors, and what you can do to help reduce Kodak's pollution.
H.E.A.L. was formed to educate and inform residents of Northeast Michigan to hazards and pollution caused by burning of hazardous waste by the largest facility in the State of Michigan. The group has disbanded in recent years, but the information listed on the web-site is a wonderful resource for technical information about cement kilns and their contribution to air pollution.
Greenpeace Anti-Incineration Homepage provides information on persistent organic pollutants (POP) producers, incineration reports, press releases, toxic hotspots, toxic trade and other useful information on incineration.
NACK is an alliance of United Kingdom individuals and groups concerned about the environmental impact of cement and lime kilns. NACK aims to facilitate the free exchange of environmental information between campaigners across the world.
Garden State EnviroNet is New Jersey's source for environmental news and information. Its features include Daily EnviroNews, web site with Calendar, Library, Links, Newsletters, and news from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Audubon Society, Sierra Club and many others.