Here are the week’s winners:
1. @Lou_Ster on Twitter – United States
1)collection to send to @TerraCycle . 2) separate materials. 3)cut and clean materials. 4) I go to https://t.co/ZTv9m6Wy0f, log in, find a recycle program,click a link, it emails me a UPS shipping label 5) find a used box. 6) fill box, ship free with @UPS #keeponrecycling pic.twitter.com/KcLvxf25xx— Lou Ster (@lou_ster) May 29, 2020
Great photo montage detailing each step of her collection process, including packing it up for recycling! Simple and easy-to-follow for everyone, including people who may not have heard of TerraCycle® before!
2. Penny Lambert on Facebook – United Kingdom
Easily mistaken as the next Star Wars film, Penny shares a wonderful “Behind-the-Scenes” video featuring how she collects typically non-recyclable items in different rooms and sorts them into separate bags, within one ultimate bag ready to be dropped off at her child’s school.
3. Traceyofalltrades on Instagram– New Zealand
Tracey shared a photo of her collection boxes she recently made, all constructed with old cardboard boxes. She’s added the program fliers and poster for the finishing touches!
You could be next! Before August 27, 2020, post a message, video or photo on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram that shows how you are still collecting for your favorite TerraCycle programs. Just tag @TerraCycle and include the hashtag #KeepOnRecycling.
All weekly winners of the #KeepOnRecycling contest will be entered for a grand prize drawing for $1,000 at the end. Plus, entrants with at least 250 likes are eligible to enter to win $2,000 worth of TerraCycle® points redeemable for donations to your favorite schools and charities!
So what are you waiting for? Check out the contest page for details and full prizing breakdown, and follow the #KeepOnRecycling hashtag to keep up with collectors around the world.