CUMBERLAND — TerraCycle announces the 2019 Save Water Challenge that asks students, teachers and communities to take the pledge to save water on behalf of their school for a chance to win one of two recycled gardens made from recycled oral care waste.
Launched in partnership with the global oral care leader Colgate-Palmolive and regional retailer ShopRite, schools located throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut and Maryland that participate in the Colgate Oral Care Recycling Program are eligible to enter for a chance to win a garden made from recycled toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes and floss containers.
Through Sept. 30, consumers can pledge to save water on behalf of a participating school once a day. The top two schools with the most pledges by the end of the contest period will win the grand prize gardens. Grand prize winners will be announced in October and the gardens will be installed next spring.
Schools can encourage their community to pledge online by logging onto http://www.terracycle.com/colgateshopritegarden2019.
The Colgate Oral Care Recycling Program is open to any individual, family, school or community group. For each piece of waste sent in, participants earn money toward donations to the charity of their choice. To learn more, visit www.terracycle.com/colgate.