|Florida's America Recycles Day 2013 Main Page
America Recycles Day 2013 was November 15, 2013. It is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and
celebrating recycling in the United States. Communities across Florida have participated in America Recycles Day to
promote environmental citizenship and pledge to be better environmental stewards.
Florida K-12 Students
Keep America Beautiful hosted Recycle-Bowl, a nationwide recycling competition for elementary, middle and
high-school students. Recycle-Bowl was designed to provide students with a fun, interactive way to learn about waste reduction and
environmental responsibility through in-school recycling. For more information, please go to the following site:
Florida Colleges and Universities
are in! Game Day Challenge was a friendly competition for colleges and universities to promote waste reduction at their
football games. During the challenge colleges and universities implemented waste reduction programs and were ranked
online in several categories measuring recycling and composting performance. The 2013 program was made possible through
a partnership of KAB, CURC and RecycleMania with support from EPA. For more information, visit
Florida ARD Events
Find out the
that took place in your area.
For downloads such as Go-To Guides, logos, banners, various media templates, and posters for event organizers, visit the
America Recycles Day Toolkit
For information about last year's America Recycles Day in Florida
visit this link.
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