Open to individual students and  all schools located in Uganda. The competition is organized with the  aim of promoting recycling amongst students.

About Inter-school Recycling Competitions

It is an Inter-school recycling competition program organized to foster climate innovation  among young people and to develop adaptable, replicable and sustainable plastic pollution solutions among them. This is the first-ever recycling program to engage students across Uganda.
Engaging young people in recycling programs will provide the country with a path to a greener future. As they learn about recycling, they will be more likely to carry these habits into their adult years. Through this competition program, we are going to keep engaging students in fun, healthy and interactive recycling activities that create and nurture environmental awareness, responsibility and advocacy. We aim at challenging and encouraging students to find creative and innovative solutions to the environmental challenges of today.

Our Aim

These competitions are aimed to increase environmental awareness, foster climate innovation among young people, develop adaptable and sustainable plastic pollution solutions among them.

Our Objectives

About the judging committee

The judging committee  comprises of environmental experts across the country, sponsor and Green Loop representatives. 


This Years Theme

“Sustainable Environment” The competitions are  aiming to create awareness of sustainable development that preserves the environment, Improves the quality of the air, preserves water resources, increases the contribution of clean energy, and implements green growth plans, which are considered the ultimate achievements by Green Loop.


The 2021 competitions will open up with Regional recycling competitions where students will be engaged in presenting their recycled projects on behalf of their schools and communities, regional competitions will be open to both students actively in schools and those still at home due to covid 19 pandemic government guidelines.

Due to COVID 19 Pandemic, interested schools and  students are required to send in their recycling project proposals first through our website and social media platforms then a team of judges will go through each and every proposal to shortlist the most practical projects. Only project models from plastic and paper waste will be considered.

The shortlisted competitors will be contacted and visited by a special team for inspection, then they will be invited to a venue agreed upon by the organizing committee to present their project models.

The best three competitors from each region will team up to either redevelop one of their recycled project models or create new recycled models, which they will present at the national recycling competitions. At national level competitions, competitors will present their models and also get a chance to talk about them and their plastic
pollution solutions in front of different guests, dignitaries and guests of honor.

The winners will be announced and awarded after a critical examination by a team of judges on how adaptable, replicable and sustainable their recycled models are. All these events will covered by both the local and international media to create an inspiration to more young people across the world.