EASTON, Pa. - Crayola is going green in a big way.
The company says it's now using 100-percent renewable energy to make its famous crayons and markers.
Crayola says the energy is being produced by its 20-acre solar farm at the company's headquarters in Forks Township. The farm has more than 33,000 solar panels and was built in 2010.
Crayola says it also re-uses excess molding wax and scrap plastic.