Are you a Student Recycling Champion?
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Are you recycling savvy? A student who is dedicated to reducing your carbon foot print? Then this is your opportunity to make a difference, because we’re looking for a team of Student Recycling Champions to help spread the recycling message at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals. Competition organisers Every Can Counts have teamed up with The National Student and Festival Republic, which runs some of the UK’s major music events, to launch a competition that gives our winners the chance to see how recycling works at Reading and Leeds festivals and make a valuable contribution to the event’s environmental efforts. Winners will also get the opportunity to work with industry leaders to gain an impressive experience to add to their CV, plus plenty of time to enjoy the bands. To be in with a chance of winning, you need to suggest an innovative idea which would encourage more festival-goers to recycle their empty drink cans. It could be a new way of rewarding recyclers for saving their cans, a bigger and better way to promote the recycling message, or simply a way of making recycling more appealing to the festival goers.
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