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Did you know aluminium cans can be recycled again and again?
We are working with Every Can Counts to show the infinite capacity of aluminium can recycling. A Rainbow Archway made of aluminium cans will be in Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester over the weekend of 4th – 6th June to tie in with World Environment Day on 5th June.
You can visit the archway to find out more about the importance of recycling cans and for more information from the Every Can Counts ambassadors.
It’s important to recycle your cans, they are endlessly recyclable no matter their size, shape or colour. Did you know…
Please put aluminium cans in your mixed recycling bin at home.
Visit the Every Can Counts website (opens in a new tab) for more information on can recycling.
Over the weekend of 4th-6th June, there will be a competition with the Rainbow Archway in partnership with Every Can Counts. To be in with a chance of winning a £250 One4All shopping voucher, post a picture of the Rainbow Archway using the hashtag #EveryCanCounts and tag Every Can Counts and R4GM on one of the following channels:
For terms and conditions, visit Every Can Counts (opens in a new tab).
Every Can Counts have also created some fantastic resources to engage KS2 students with recycling. Anime inspired characters take on amazing quests to save earths resources and students are encouraged to make their own environmental pledge.
Download the resources here: