ISRI paired with Jason Learning to kick off its annual recycling awareness video and poster contest this month. This year’s contest, for students in grades K-12, is themed “Recycling is Bigger Than the Bin.”
This year’s theme is intended to spread awareness of recycling products that are bigger than the average recycling bin. Students are encouraged to create a poster or video with ideas about how to recycle items including steel, nonferrous metals, paper, plastic, rubber, glass or other textiles. This item must be bigger than the average blue recycling bin, meaning anything from the size of a bicycle to a skyscraper.
Students may compete in the challenge alone or in a group of up to four members. One video and one poster will be selected as winners for this year’s competition. Winning students will receive a trip to ISRI’s April 2016 annual convention in Las Vegas. All entries must be submitted by December 18, 2015, and winners will be selected March 1, 2016.
For more information regarding submissions and submission instructions, visit the contest’s information page here.