The Public Environmental Resource Center (PERC) in Seattle loans videos, DVDs, CD-ROMs to residents, educators, and businesses of only Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington for up to two weeks. Locate the title you wish to receive and call (800) 424-4EPA or (206) 553-1200 in the Seattle Metro Area. You can also email your request to the PERC (email@example.com); please include the Title and Item Number in your email.
|Chemists in the Classroom||Gives scientists pointers on preparing for an elementary school presentation. American Chemical Society||1990||12:30 Minutes||EP-269|
|Mercury: An Educator's Toolkit||A three-disk set of material including student activities, educational videos and other information that teachers can incorporate into their lesson plans.||2008||EPA-CD-105|
|Saving Water - The Conservation Video||Grades K-6. Demonstrates how pollution limits the water-recycling process and provides tips on how to conserve water. Teacher's guide and student workbook included.||1988||8 Minutes||EP-067|
|Superfund Seniors||This video highlights the learning experiences of 12 students attending a 6-week course at the EPA. Both their classroom time and their field trips are covered. U.S. EPA Office of Superfund Remediation & Technology Innovation||1989||12 Minutes||EP-331|
|Water You Doing? - includes teacher's manual||Middle School Education program teaches children to build a sense of respect for our natural water resources. Seattle Public Utilities||1992||35 Minutes||EP-292|
|Water You Doing?||Includes: the award-winning "Water You Doing?" video (© McKenna/Gottlieb Producers Inc. 1991), a fun and fast-paced 35 minutes featuring Bill Nye, Seattle TV weather forecasters, the Flying Karamozov Brothers, John Keister, and others; games and interactive activities; and career profiles associated with video topics. Seattle Public Utilities||1997||35 Minutes||EPA-CD-010|