Kids and kids at heart were recently oriented with the importance of recycling while attending the Passionfest 2013’s Tetra Pak booth in Bonifacio Global City. In collaboration with Tropicana Coco Quench, the company spearheaded a series of activities where kids and participants got to see the importance of food safety and environmental protection.
An eco-caravan displayed cartons recycled to notebooks, notepads, paper bags, boxes, and many more. Carton craft activities also allowed kids to make Christmas decorations out of cartons that were then hung in a Christmas tree. Other activities in the booth included piecing together a puzzle that teaches about recycling, as well as a basketball shooting challenge that promotes drinking milk for stronger bones.
The “3Fs,” which stands for Flip, Flap, Flat, is a process that starts with removing the drinking straw before recycling and afterwards flipping open the topside flaps of the carton. This is followed by flipping open the bottom flap, which allows for easy flattening of the carton which can be placed in the recycling bin at the BGC High Street.