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Have you heard the news? Terracycle®, an international recycling company that turns waste into plastics that can be used for products such as park benches, recycling bins, a playgrounds has teamed up with Entenmann’s® Little Bites® to help eliminate waste and give you an opportunity to earn money for your school or favorite charity.
My kids love Entenmann’s® Little Bites® so I can honestly say that we tend to always have an abundance of pouches laying around our house. Instead of throwing them in the trash, we’ve decided to gather them all up and send them in using a pre-paid shipping label from TerraCycle®. I always encourage recycling in our home, so why not take the extra step to mail in our Entenmann’s® Little Bites® pouches?
The great thing about this recycling program is that it’s open to any individual, school or organization interested in reducing local landfill waste. To learn more about the Entenmann’s® Little Bites ® Pouch Recycling Program HERE.
If you collect Entenmann’s® Little Bites® pouches on behalf of a K-12 school, you could be placed in the running to win a Classroom Party. Here’s how:
1. Pledge: your pledge qualifies you for the contest
2. First Shipment: your first shipment over 5 lbs. earns 100 bonus points
3. Second Shipment: your second shipment over 5 lbs. earns three (3) exclusive coupons for free Entenmann’s® Little Bites® and three (3) Entenmann’s® Little Bites® plush dogs
4. TerraCycleSweepstakes: K-12 schools-only have the chance to win a Classroom Party as long as they pledge. The classroom party will include thirty (30) boxes of Entenmann’s® Little Bites® and 30 Entenmann’s® Little Bites® reusable water bottles. Please see more details and official rules HERE:
So we know that we can collect all our empty packs and turn them into our school, but what about the boxes? Check out this cool DIY recycling project that using Entenmann’s® Little Bites® for inspiration: