The Recycling Olympics is a fun environmental education program for children and youth of all ages. The Recycling Olympics includes dozens of games used to teach children and youth about a variety of important environmental topics. Whether you want to teach young people about the 3 Rs (reducing, reusing, and recycling) or any other related environmental topic, the Recycling Olympics is the program for you!
Who runs the Recycling Olympics?
The Recycling Olympics is run by the Recycling King. Between May and August, the Recycling King is more than willing to teach children and youth all there is to know about the 3 Rs.
Who is the Recycling King?
The Recycling King is also known as "Lukas Eaton," the Communications Summer Student at the RDEK. The Recycling King is currently studying to be an elementary school teacher, but when he is not studying, he spends his time educating the public about the 3 Rs.
How do the Recycling Olympics work?
The Recycling Olympics is a flexible environmental education program that can take anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours. If your class, school, summer camp, or other organization would like to take part in the Recycling Olympics, the Recycling King can run the program for FREE! The Recycling King can come to any location within the East Kootenay to deliver this fun and educational program. All he needs to know is:
- When you need his assistance
- Where he can meet you
- How many children and/or youth with be taking part
How much time he has to deliver the Recycling Olympics program
Who do I contact to set up the Recycling Olympics?
You can contact Lukas Eaton, the Recycling King at the RDEK office in Cranbrook:
phone number: (250)489-2791