As part of our Positive Impact Plan and our commitment to reducing our impact, we launched a competition to promote recycling and reuse of materials, whilst emphasising creativity and innovation.
Our overall winner Reece Walker was drawn at random from all of our entries. Reece made some seed planters and a small greenhouse from a range of different materials. All of our entrants will receive an electronic certificate over the next 24 hours so keep an eye on your inboxes.
Reece’s Winning Entry
The challenge which was set in July, asked children of all ages to create something which extended the life of some rubbish or recycling.
We received a varied range of fantastic entries
Michaela Skodova, Group Environmental Manager commented “The nmcn Recycling Challenge has been a great way for children to have fun, while learning about the positive impact recycling can have. Recycling should now be a vital part of all our everyday lives. We have to do all we can to ensure we reduce our impact by reusing what we can and recycling at every opportunity”
Thanks for joining in and having a Positive Impact!
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