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Youth Video and Poster Contest

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In partnership with JASON Learning, ISRI sponsors an annual video and poster contest for students in grades K-12 featuring recycling-related themes. With a goal to better educate students on the value of recycling, ISRI urges all of its members to get involved by encouraging youth to participate. Reach out to your local schools, community centers, scouting associations, and other groups, and spread the contest on your social media feeds. Serve as an industry ambassador and good neighbor and support this year’s contest.

2020 Recycling Video & Poster Contest

Recycling: Then, Now, & Into the Future

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Recycling has been a part of human history for centuries. From Paul Revere owning a scrap metal yard to families during the great depression reusing flour sacks to make new clothes, recycling has transformed and been a part of our lives throughout time.

Fast forward to today — today’s recycling industry involves sophisticated machinery to process and sort different type of recycling materials needed for manufacturing. Recycling has evolved and adapted over the last 200 years to keep up with the different materials entering the recycling stream. Last year, the U.S. recovered and processed approximately 138 million tons of scrap metal, paper, plastics, electronics, textiles, glass and rubber, saving a lot of energy, reducing greenhouse house emissions, and saving natural resources.

Submit a Poster

Submit a Video

For complete contest guidelines, helpful resources, and more information visit Jason.org/contests.

Enter the Contest

Create something amazing, and you could win the grand prize—a trip to ISRI’s annual convention, taking place April 27-30, 2020 in Las Vegas!

Truck & Crane_presentThe contest is open to all students living in the United States and enrolled in grades K–12 during the 2019–2020 school year. Students can enter the contest as individuals or as a team of up to four individuals. Each individual or team can submit either a video or a poster to the contest. One video and one poster will be selected as a finalist from each of three grade bands: K-4, 5–8, and 9–12. Up to two grand-prize winners will be selected. JASON and ISRI may also acknowledge honorable mentions. All entries must be submitted by December 20, 2019.   Winners will be notified by February 28, 2019.

Award Presentations Archive

2019 Winners - Fourth grade students Nimisha Kasliwal and Asher Hardis from Hilltop Elementary School in Beachwood, Ohio won this year’s grand prize with their video submission. 
Past Winners:

2017 Winners  |  2016 winners  |  2015 winners

Have Questions?

Natasha Grant
Marketing Manager
NGrant@isri.org
(202) 662-8524