Graphics (Logos, Images and Infographics) and Signs

To download any of these images, right-click on the image and select “save image as” or “save image to downloads”.

New Jersey Clean Communities Logos

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NJCC Logo no text NJCleanCommunities eps (002)

AdoptABeach Crab 150pxAdopt a Highway Round Logo 160px

Cartoon Color Images






Vintage Black and White “Can The Litter!” Images 




See the images below and also visit NAMEPA’s Education page for more infographics. 

Litter Decomposition Graphic Green Bag (courtesy of Union County’s Kelly Coyle)

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2012 Beach Litter Graphic (Clean Ocean Action) pdf

2012 beach litter survey

NJDEP Infographics

These 4 infographics from the NJDEP are found on this Promotional Resources for Recycling page in the last table toward the bottom of the table.


Ocean Conservancy Infographics

By the Numbers from 2020 International Coastal Cleanup (ICC)

10 Things You Can Do For Trash Free Seas from last page of 2014 ICC Report and found posted on NOAA’s site here.

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6 Degrees of Separation (box infographic) /  6 Degrees of Separation (tall infographic)

Six Degrees of Separation BlockSix Degrees of Separation Vertical

NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Marine Debris Program Infographics
These and other infographics are available from NOAA here.

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April Showers

NOAA How will you Choose InfographicApril Showers

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StopLightImageEnglishStStopLightImageSpanishop Light Anti-Littering Education Program

The City of New Brunswick has developed exciting, informative posters to encourage their residents to keep their City clean and recycle. These eye catching posters were placed around the City, at parks, in stores, and affixed to City vehicles. They were done in both English and Spanish, to address the diverse population.

The Stop, Think, Go Green signs were also made into 3' x 20' banners that are hung at festivals, schools, parking decks and over roadways from time to time. New Brunswick made 4' x 8' coroplast signs that are hung in ball fields and also printed the image on litter bags. The litter bags are distributed at the car wash, three auto repair shops and at the parking decks that have attendants. The metal signs are 18" x 24" and have been hung in parks, at schools and in parking decks. The goal is to have the advertisement seen repetitively in different locations/formats so that eventually people start to change their behavior. The City is trying to reach residents, students, visitors & commuters alike.

New Brunswick also placed the image on door hangers that are used after volunteer cleanups to let residents know a volunteer group cleaned that day and that the residents are responsible to keep their property clean.