12 Nov '11, 8pm

binster monster encourages kids to recycle - How about making recycling fun? Designer Benjamin Jones created his car...

How about making recycling fun? Designer Benjamin Jones created his cartoonish “Binster” monster to make recycling a more playful endeavor for children of all ages. Children can develop positive recycling habits just by feeding recyclables to the ever-hungry Binster . Jones envisions the monster coming in different forms for gulping different sorts of trash. Remember November 15th is America Recycles Day .

Full article: http://www.alternativeconsumer.com/2011/11/12/binster-mon...

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