East Amwell Township School of Ringoes has been named an honorable mention in the “Recycled Playground Challenge,” courtesy of Colgate-Palmolive (“Colgate”), the global oral care leader; ShopRite, which has more than 250 stores in the Northeast; and recycling pioneer TerraCycle.
East Amwell Township School earned a total of 9,440 Playground Credits by recycling waste and through online voting to place in the contest. The honorable mention prize winners will receive a $150 ShopRite® GiftCard, 500 Colgate® kids toothbrushes, and 500 Colgate® kids toothpaste tubes.
Full set of rules for the 2017 “Recycled Playground Challenge” can be viewed:www.terracycle.com/colgateshopriteplayground2017
The Recycled Playground Challenge launched in March 2017 among schools throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut and Maryland participating in the Colgate Oral Care Recycling Program a free recycling program operated by Colgate and TerraCycle. During the contest window, participating schools earned one Playground Credit for each unit of oral care waste, such as empty toothpaste tubes and floss containers, sent to TerraCycle for recycling. Schools earned additional Playground Credits by encouraging parents and teachers to vote online.
“On behalf of Colgate, I am pleased to congratulate the students, parents and faculty of East Amwell Township School on being named an honorable mention in the
The Colgate Oral Care Recycling Program is an ongoing activity, open to any individual, family, school or community group. For each piece of waste sent in using a pre-paid shipping label, participants earn money toward donations to the school or charity of their choice. To learn more about the Colgate® Oral Care Recycling Program program, please visit www.terracycle.com.