Richard Childress Racing, along with our drivers, partners and fans have a shared interest in sustainability. In celebration of America Recycles Day, RCR highlighted ways our organization recycles throughout our campus, and challenged our partners to do the same.
We’re participating in the #RecycleChallenge
Did you know we recycle over 154,000 pounds of metal per year? Here’s a macro shot of steel at our @OkumaAmerica shop.
– RCR (@RCRracing) November 15, 2019
Thx for the #RecycleChallenge, @rcrracing! #Biofuel production is all about reusing & recycling and at Growth Energy, we make sure to dispose of plastic properly and you can too! Find out how by going to https://t.co/na8lz3BmsG. We challenge @POETBiofuels to see how they do it! pic.twitter.com/wdutRS05Rf
– Growth Energy (@GrowthEnergy) November 15, 2019
RCR and our partners recycle on a large scale, but did you know that your household can also play a major part in keeping America beautiful? Plastic bags, wraps and films cannot be recycled in your everyday curbside recycling bins. However, you can take some of these items to local retail stores where plastic grocery bags for recycling are collected. Any package that you see with the How2Recycle Store Drop-Off label can be recycled this way. For more info, go to: http://how2recycle.info.
Now, it’s your turn! We’re challenging our fans to join us in the #RecycleChallenge. To engage in the #RecycleChallenge, film a video or take photos of yourself recycling and share it on social media.
Things to include in your post:
- Tell your friends/followers what you’re doing in the video/photo and why recycling is important to you
- Encourage a small number (4-6) of your friends/co-workers/family to participate in the #RecycleChallenge by posting a video or photo of their recycling trip. Remember to tag those you challenge in your social post so they see your challenge and can respond and engage accordingly!
- Be sure to include the hashtag #RecycleChallenge