Beau­ti­ful idea to make use of empty cos­met­ics

Cockburn Gazette - - NEWS -

THREE Cockburn schools have reg­is­tered for a com­pe­ti­tion to win a play­ground made of re­cy­cled beauty prod­ucts.

The com­pe­ti­tion, which was launched this month by Ter­raCy­cle, with sup­port from Garnier, aims to en­cour­age schools to en­gage with re­cy­cling pro­grams and di­vert more waste from land­fill.

“The com­pe­ti­tion not only of­fers schools the chance to win a new play­ground, but it’s also a great way for schools to en­gage their stu­dents with re­cy­cling and the en­vi­ron­ment in gen­eral,” Ter­raCy­cle mar­ket­ing man­ager Gemma Kacz­erepa said.

“Kids who en­gage with our re­cy­cling pro­grams un­der­stand the im­pact they can have on the en­vi­ron­ment and be­come hugely mo­ti­vated to help re­cy­cle.”

By send­ing any brand of empty cos­met­ics, skin care and hair care pack­ag­ing to Ter­raCy­cle to be re­cy­cled, reg­is­tered preschools and pri­mary schools can be in the run­ning to win.

The com­pe­ti­tion will run un­til De­cem­ber 8.

Schools can reg­is­ter at www.garnier.com.au.

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