An Innovative Dad Finds An Awesome Way To Reuse The Wasted Crayons From Restaurants And Schools

An Innovative Dad Finds An Awesome Way To Reuse The Wasted Crayons From Restaurants And Schools
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Bryan Ware from San Fransisco is an innovative dad who brilliantly started to reuse the crayons which are thrown outside from school or restaurants. The new crayons are recycled from the old and thrown crayons by melting them down for the children at the hospital. 

When he was celebrating his birthday in 2011 at a restaurant, this idea came to his mind. As the waiter brought crayons for his two sons and Bryan shocked when he came to know what happens with the crayons after using them a little. And when he discovered that the crayons which get wasted made him recycle the crayons for the hospital kids.

“If these crayons give them an escape from that hospital room for ten minutes, we did our job,” said Bryan Ware

Let us know the whole process how he does so.

Around 75,000 pound crayons are thrown away, every year.

Around 75,000 pound crayons are thrown away, every year.

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Creative dad trying to melt it down to reuse.

Creative dad trying to melt it down to reuse.

The melted crayons are then poured into special custom molds.

The melted crayons are then poured into special custom molds.

96 crayons are made at once.

96 crayons are made at once.

Look at the crayons, these are thicker and kids can grasp them easily.

Look at the crayons, these are thicker and kids can grasp them easily.

The crayons are now ready to use in hospital.

The crayons are now ready to use in hospital.

Around 2,000 boxes have already been.

Around 2,000 boxes have already been.

Kids are too happy after getting the crayons.

Kids are too happy after getting the crayons.

The kids are trying to pick up the crayon box.

The kids are trying to pick up the crayon box.

The girls showing the crayon box excitedly.

The girls showing the crayon box excitedly.