12 Days of Giveaways: A sustainable table made out of chopsticks from ChopValue

Dec 4 2019, 12:42 pm

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ChopValue is creating sustainable furniture, decor, accessories, and gifts made entirely from recycled chopsticks in efforts to inspire others to increase resource efficiency on a global scale.

Now, to help you with your life-work balance, ChopValue is giving you a chance to win an adjustable table worth $2,000!

Photo courtesy ChopValue

As well, you don’t have to just buy the stylish furniture and decor to do your part for the planet, ChopValue also offers an opportunity for people to become a recycling partner — for free. All you would have to do, is when you’re finished your meal, dispose your chopsticks in its collection bin, ChopValue picks them up, and then the chopsticks are turned into something beautiful for the home!

Photo courtesy ChopValue

The prize

  • A sustainable and adjustable table from ChopValue.

This prize package is valued at $2000.

How to enter

To enter to win, do at least one of the following:

1. Follow @DailyHiveVancouver and @ChopValue on Instagram. Leave a comment below telling us once you have along with your handle. (1 entry)

2. Follow Daily Hive on LinkedIn. Leave a comment below telling us once you have. (1 entry)

3. Tweet the following on Twitter: (1 entry)

  • Win a sustainable and adjustable table made from chopsticks from @ChopValue in @DailyHiveVan’s annual #DH12Days http://bit.ly/2DM6oVZ RT to enter!

Contest entries will be accepted from time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm PT on December 15, 2019. One winner will be chosen at random, contacted through the platform used to enter, and announced in a post showcasing the winners on December 18.

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