Thousands of pounds of crayons are thrown out by schools and restaurants every year. But Bryan Ware, a father from San Francisco, decided to reuse them in the most amazing way possible.
He starts with sorting the crayons by colour and melting them back into wax form.
The large, easy-to-hold design is meant especially for children with special needs.
He then pours the melted wax into customized molds. The shape of the molds are large and triangular, from which Ware produces new crayons that are larger and easier to hold.
The new crayons are boxed and delivered to children hospitals around the state of California.
This is recycling at it’s best.
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