The Coca-cola has announced winners for the 2019 Copa Coca-cola Recycling Competition. The Campaign which was organized by Coca-Cola Central, East & West Africa Limited, Nairobi Bottlers Limited, Almasi Beverages Limited and Coastal Bottlers Limited, Kenya PET Recycling Company Limited, WPP ScanGroup and EXP Momentum (Kenya) Limited saw schools collect any beverage plastic bottle by any manufacturer and of any brand disposed of in Kenya.
The Participating Schools would then deliver the collected Beverage Plastic Bottles to the designated collection agents.
In Kenya, at least 92,057.50 kilogrammes were collected in the entire championship period with five schools achieving the highest numbers and winning the pitch refurbishment in their respective institutions. These are Mutuini High from Nairobi, St. Charles Lwanga Secondary School from the Coast, Mwiruti Mixed Secondary from the Rift and Mountain region, Bishop Okul Girls from the Nyanza region and finally Nyang’ori High School from the Western region.
Winners of Soccer Balls and Jerseys:
The table below shows winners of soccer balls and jerseys, per region:
|School||Region||Collected Plastic weight|
|Maasi Boys||Eastern||710 kgs|
|Kivumbini Secondary||Eastern||461 Kgs|
|Machakos High||Eastern||306 Kgs|
|Ikatini Secondary||Eastern||133 Kgs|
|Masii Central Secondary||Eastern||98 Kgs|
|Muthale Girls||Eastern||62 Kgs|
|Makueni Girls||Eastern||58 Kgs|
|Boystown Secondary||North Eastern||–|
|Ong’icha Mixed||Nyanza||2,889 Kgs|
|Rapogi Boys High||Nyanza||1,135 Kgs|
|St. Patrick Mosocho||Nyanza||985 Kgs|
|Lela Mixed||Nyanza||303 Kgs|
|Ndiru Mixed||Nyanza||263 Kgs|
|Rapechi Mixed||Nyanza||218 Kgs|
Here are links to the most important news portals:
- KUCCPS News Portal
- TSC News Portal
- Universities and Colleges News Portal
- Helb News Portal
- KNEC News Portal
- KSSSA News Portal
- Schools News Portal
- Free Teaching Resources and Revision Materials
The Campaign will ran for 12 weeks from 18thMay 2019 to 3rd August 2019.