Second Annual Great American Can School RoundUp Launches on America Recycles Day

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Grade-School Students Nationwide Start Competition Tuesday to Raise Thousands for Charities WASHINGTON, Nov. 9, 2011 – Hundreds of local schools around the country are gearing up this month to recycle millions of beverage cans in a nationwide effort to raise tens of thousands of dollars for school activities, local charities, or other special causes. The… Read more »

CMI Announces Boy and Girl Scouts Winners in National Can Recycling Contest

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Contact: Christopher Rosche, Jenny Day Office: 202-232-4677 crosche@cancentral.com, jday@cancentral.com Girls edge out the Boys for top two slots WASHINGTON, June 19, 2012 – The girls gave the boys a run for their money in this years Great American Can Roundup Scout Council Challenge, an annual recycling contest for Boy and Girl Scouts across the country…. Read more »

Students Nearly Double Number of Cans Recycled in Nationwide Competition

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More than 4.5 million aluminum cans recycled in five months WASHINGTON, May 18, 2012 –  Schools across America recycled more than 4.5 million aluminum beverage cans in the second year of a national recycling competition sponsored by the U.S. can industrynearly double last years effort. The Great American Can Roundup raised $100,591 for school activities… Read more »

Aluminum Can Industry Collects Over 140 Million Cans, Raises More Than $150,000 For Charity

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Rexam Wins Top Three Spots in Intra-Industry Recycling Contest Washington – The aluminum beverage can industry collected and recycled approximately 140 million cans and raised more than $150,000 for charities across the country through a competition among can companies and aluminum suppliers, the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) announced today. The Rexam beverage can manufacturing plant in… Read more »