EcoWasteSchool challege

JOIN THE METAL CHALLENGE & RAISE MONEY FOR YOUR SCHOOL

The school steel challenge is a great opportunity for your school to get big rewards from actively getting involved in recycling. Effortless fundraising means that we will supply your school with a skip bin, your fill it with as much scrap metal as you can then we pay your school for the volume of scrap metal collected.
The challenge runs for one week and the dates may be nominated at your discretion. Get as many people within your school community involved and fill the bin with all scrap metal you can find. Just lets us know when the bin is full and we will come and replace the bin as many times as required until the challenge ends.

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IT’S SO SIMPLE!

1.      Register your school via the website
2.      We will notify you of the scheduled challenge date
3.      We will provide your school with information to hand out to all students and their families
4.      A bin will be delivered at the beginning of the challenge week
5.      Students and their families can bring their scrap metal to school and fill the bin
6.      At the end of the challenge week, the scrap metal collected will be weighed and the school will be rewarded for the volume of waste!

TYPES OF METAL WE WILL ACCEPT

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Stainless Steel
Copper
Aluminum
Brass
Cars & Car Parts
Clothes lines
Lawn Mowers
Computer Towers
White Goods
Steel Beams
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[one_third]Car Batteries
Electrical Cables
Hot Water Systems & Pipes
Taps & Plumbing
Colourbond Fencing
Guttering
Roof Sheeting
Pots and Pans
Tools
Soft Drink Cans
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An outstanding effort from the Ainslee Parkland Primary School students and their families for their collective effort in raising a massive $1038.00 during their challenge week.

 

 

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Lysterfield Primary School

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Lysterfield Primary School principle was very impressed when we handed over a cheque for $546.00 for the metal waste the students during National Recycle Week. Their effort also recognised by the local newspaper.

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