Everyone has that drawer in their house. You know the one — the catch-all drawer, the junk drawer, the one that doesn't close all the way, or won't open because it's jammed so full of stuff. I'm willing to bet somewhere in that drawer there are a few markers that barely write anymore, or at all because someone left the cap off. But don't throw them in the trash. Recycle them through Crayola's ColorCycle Program.

The program is perfect for schools who likely have tons of old markers lying around as not only a way to get rid of the clutter, but be more environmentally friendly keeping all that plastic out of landfills across the country.

Taking advantage of the program is super easy, and no cost to you! Simply box up your old markers, print a shipping label from the Crayola website, and ship them back through FedEx. Crayola will cover all the shipping costs.

For more information, visit the Crayola website. Note, you'll need to set up an account through the website in order to participate in the program.

[Source: Crayola.com]

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