Did you know that Crayola helps recycle and repurpose used markers? It’s called Crayola ColorCycle, and it’s easy to help your school participate.
Let your school administrators or PTO know that the Crayola ColorCycle Program is available for no charge.
To get Crayola ColorCycle started in your school, you’ll need to select someone to be the ColorCycle Champion. The ColorCycle Champion will organize the collection and shipment of markers to the conversion facility and spread the word about the program and its features. If that’s you, terrific! Register now — or share this with the right person in your school.
Set up a collection station for your school to collect used markers.
Count the markers, then pack in a cardboard box (minimal outer markings) and print a shipping label.
FedEx Ground will pick up the markers, and Crayola will pay the shipping charges.
Read more about the Colorcycle Program here and find out how you can encourage your teachers and students to collect and repurpose used Crayola markers!