EPRA Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are back for Season 2 of their Takeback to Touchdown partnership. This year the stakes are high as SARCAN depots across the province compete to be the champion of their divisions.
Between April 1 and October 31, SARCAN Recycling depots around the province will compete against each other to see which depot can make the BIGGEST impact on e-recycling compared to last year through collection of end-of-life electronics for EPRA.
It’s going to be a battle of epic proportions and your depot is going to need YOUR help to win. Don’t wait any longer to get into the game and start e-recycling today!
|Elgaard||Regina Fleury||+3170 kgs | 6%|
|Lancaster||Yorkton||Even with last year|
|Narcisse||Humboldt||+600 kgs | 1 pt|
|Reed||Hudson Bay||+640 kgs | 29 pts|
|Ridgeway||Gull Lake||+1460 kgs | 74 pts|
In 2015, EPRA Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Roughriders partnered together to make an impact on e-recycling in our province through their Takeback to Touchdown promotion. The promotion, featuring wide receiver Rob Bagg as the spokesperson, challenged Saskatchewan residents to truly ‘be green’ and recycle their end-of-life-electronics at their local collection depot. Through ten limited-edition Rob Bagg collector cards, sporting fun e-cycling and Roughrider facts, which residents received when dropping off an electronic for recycling, they were able to enter for a chance to win a one-of-a-kind Saskatchewan Roughrider prize package. Together, with the help of residents from 300-plus Saskatchewan communities, over 1,400 metric tonnes of electronics were collected throughout the football season, diverting over 200,000 devices from landfills.