Explore the Life of a Can
60 Days, from Your Recycling Bin, to Back Inside Your Refrigerator
Have you ever wondered what happens to your aluminum cans once they are recycled? Most of those cans take a remarkable journey from being collected, then shipped to a recycling plant, melted, then reformed into the very same can it was before! As aluminum has so many uses it may become something completely different, like a Cub Scout belt loop, or in the production of airplanes and spacecraft parts. Aluminum is an important metal used in so many applications because it is lightweight, inexpensive, durable, and infinitely recyclable!
Watch the Life of a Can!
Watch Life of a Can for an opportunity to win a behind the scenes tour of Mercedes-Benz Stadium with your family. Experience the home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United like you have never seen before! Visit the locker rooms, walk on the field, behold the awe-inspiring Window to the City and Skybridges, and tour the 100 Yard Club.
Tickets will be drawn at random for XX Scout families. To enter, watch the video and then submit this form:
The Outdoor Code
Whether a Cub Scout is taking their first hike with their den or an outdoor adventure with the pack, our outdoor ethics guide us to be responsible outdoor citizens — protecting our natural world for generations to come and being considerate of other visitors. Scouting has a long, proud tradition of conservation service to the nation. How do we maintain our outdoor ethics and preserve that tradition? By heeding the challenge in the Outdoor Code:
As a Scout we commit ourselves to The Outdoor Code:
As an American, I will do my best to
Be clean in my outdoor manners.
Be careful with fire.
Be considerate in the outdoors.
Be conservation minded.