Recycling Dry-Erase Markers

We have almost 600 square feet of whiteboard spaces in our Lab, using 60 dry erase markers a day.  We started recycling at least one marker a day in 2018.


DON’T CHUCK THOSE MARKERS.

15 pounds of dead markers that will NOT end up in landfills or our oceans. Did you know that Crayola has a program called ColorCycle? Crayola ColorCycle will accept all brands of plastic markers, not just Crayola markers. That includes dry erase markers & highlighters. If you collect the dead markers, they’ll send you a free shipping label & youcan ship them back to Crayola to be recycled! Link to get started with this program: http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle.aspx This program is currently in the US & parts of Canada, check the FAQ's website  www.crayola.com/colorcycle/frequently-asked-questions.aspx  

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