DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACION CONTINUA•Use ONLY SODA CANS, absolutely no alcoholic beveragecontainers.•All cans used must be clean, free of soda remains or dirt.•Sculptures will be judged based on creativity, aesthetics(does it look nice?) and originality.•Sculptures may be abstract or realistic, but non-offensive.•All parts of the sculpture must be securely attached.Silicone Glue, tape, string, wire, and thread are permitted.•DO NOT PAINT the sculpture. Painted recyclables cannotbe properly recycled after the competition.•Cans can be cut or crush in order to make your sculpture.
DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACION CONTINUA•Besides the sculpture your group must bring certainamount of cans.•All sculptures must have a title. Be creative. Useadjectives to describe in your title.•All sculptures must have the following information ona card attached to the sculpture. Please do this neatlybecause this is what the judges see. Sculpture title: __________________________________________ Level: _____________________________ Group: _________ Teacher’s name: ______________________________________ WE WILL BE KEEPING THE SCULPTURES ON DISPLAY FOR 2 WEEKS TO ALLOW MORE PEOPLE TO VIEW THEM.
DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACION CONTINUA•Empty items, rinse and dry.•Crush them and save themin a plastic bag.•Write your name on a sheet of paper andpaste on it.Although most aluminum cans are clearly marked, they can beverified with a magnet. Magnets don’t stick to aluminum, accordingto Louisianas Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ).
DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACION CONTINUAStore items in a dry location where they willnot be subject to food contamination,which can make items ineligible forrecycling and may also attract insects andother pests.Flatten cans to save storage space.Collect all the cans you can and bring themto participate in the Recycling Campaign.