ECOP is involved in many projects. We donate some of our furniture to other non-profit organizations, and work with schools to educate students regarding collecting and recycling plastic. Our team is dedicated to the community and is constantly working towards making a difference.
Clayton Elementary also collected 500 pounds of bottle caps. ECOP made two red hexagon picnic tables in their school colors.
Liquid Alchemy Beverages
ECOP supports all walks of life and introduced a PRIDE bench.
The Sierra Club
ECOP donated a bench to The Sierra Club's Silent Auction.
Queen Anne's County
Queens Anne's County School District collected 500 pounds of plastic bottle caps. In return, ECOP made a green and yellow park bench in their school colors.
Newark Natural Foods
One of the first benches ECOP created!
The Chamber of Commerce Women's Leadership Conference raffled off an ECOP bench to support the Sunday Breakfast Mission.
Smyrna Middle School
Smyrna Middle School collected 3,000 pounds of bottle caps. ECOP made six red park benches.
ECOP donated a shorty bench to a family through Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Wild Birds Unlimited
Check out our green Shorty Bench at Wild Birds Unlimited.
Tower Hill School
Tower Hill School collected 135 pounds of plastic. ECOP created a green and white park bench. Look how many kids it holds!
At Code Purple in Kent County Delaware, people learn about recycling plastic while sitting on an ECOP bench.
Chester County Art Association
ECOP's resident artist and Creative Director, Leo D'Odd, created a memorial bench in honor of Holly Silverthorne, revered for inspiring artists.
Habitat For Humanity
Habitat for Humanity raffled off a blue Shorty Bench at their golf tournament. Proceeds went to the organization's programs.
DSWA showcases ECOP's blue park bench in its Education Center.