Waste Warriors competition

The waste warriors challenge you...to make your very own Waste Warrior shield

Help everyone at home in Nottinghamshire be Waste Warriors

To enter please email: [email protected] with a photograph of your Waste Warrior shield and include your name, age and district.

You could be in with a chance to win your very own Waste Warrior t shirt (made from Organic Cotton).

Nottinghamshire County Council may even share your creations on social media using the hashtag #NottsRecycles


Competition ends 31st May 2020
 

Carry on your waste warriors adventure with our Nottinghamshire Recycles colouring sheets. 

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Waste and Recycling Colour the truck (400.18 KB)
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Nottinghamshire Recycles Colouring sheet with the Waste Warriors (1.62 MB)

Competition Guidelines

  • This competition is open to residents of Nottinghamshire (excluding the city).
  • The competition is open to children aged up to 16 years old.
  • Entries must not include any image which may breach copyright regulations e.g. cartoon characters, brand names etc.
  • The design must be original and not copied or adapted from any source.
  • All entries may be published on Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council’s official social media and websites. Names of entries will only be disclosed with permission.
  • By submitting your entry to us you are agreeing to Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council using the content in local and social media.



Terms and Conditions for the Waste Warriors Design a Shield Competition

1. A shortlist of entries will be selected by a panel made up of Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council staff. 
2. The winners will be selected from all entries received by midnight on the 31st May 2020
3. One entry only per child.
4. The competition is open to children aged up to 16 years old.
5. The competition is open to residents of Nottinghamshire only - Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Broxtowe, Gedling, Newark and Sherwood, Mansfield, Rushcliffe (excluding the city)
6. This competition is not open to any person directly involved in running the competition
7. To enter the competition, the child must create their own design for the sheild.
8. Parent or guardians must provide Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council with the details requested when entering.
9. All entrants may receive copies of Nottinghamshire's recycling information.
10. Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council will only ever use your personal details for the purposes of administering this competition and will not publish them or provide them to anyone without your permission.
11. Entrant contact details will be kept until the competition closes to allow us to contact the winner. No details will be kept after the competition is finished and the winner notified.
12. Entries must not include any image which may breach copyright regulations e.g. cartoon characters, brand names etc. 
13. All entries may be published on Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council’s social media accounts and websites. Names of entries will only be disclosed with permission.
14. The closing date for the competition is midnight on the 31st May 2020 and the winners will be notified as soon as possible after that date.
15. The judges decision is final.
16. Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council do not accept any responsibility for late/missing entries.
17. Entrants must supply details as required, and comply with all rules to be eligible for the prize.
18. Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council reserve the right to change or cancel this competition at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, and if circumstances arise outside of its control.
19. Prizes will be posted to the winners - address details will be requested from the winners.
20. Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council reserves the right to use, edit or adapt the entries submitted.
21. Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them when entering this competition. These rules are governed by the laws of England and Wales. This competition is administered by Veolia and Nottinghamshire County Council.
22. The winner will not be entitled to any copyright of their submission.
23. No cash alternative for the prize is available.
 

Visit us at the Materials Recovery Facility in Mansfield for an educational visits, recycling tour or creative reuse workshop.
In partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council's Schools Waste Education Team we run specific weeks for Nottinghamshire school visits.