I’m a firm believer that recycling should be part of our daily lives and that teaching future generations to recycle is something we all should commit to. That’s why I was thrilled to be a part of the culminating event for the Read, Write, Recycle program, a recycling challenge in the West Covina Unified School District, supported by the plastic industries of the American Chemistry Council, the San Gabriel Valley Conservation Corps and Keep California Beautiful.
David Beckham. Landon Donovan. Former LA Galaxy Star Clint Mathis.
What do these elite athletes have to do with recycling? Everything. Just ask the Anaheim Impact, a boys under-14 soccer team from the Anaheim Soccer Association and the winners of Recycle. Goal., a recycling competition among soccer teams throughout Southern California.
With Earth Day and the heavy travel season fast approaching, I wanted to take a look at how recycled plastics relate to both.
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the first award ceremony for the Chapter Challenge, a recycling challenge that the Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo & Las Virgenes, in partnership with the plastic industries of the American Chemistry Council, launched this past September.