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News: October 2015

Busta's First Video Blog - Halloween.

Busta's First Video Blog - Halloween.

Hey everyone! Come and check out my new video blog (vlog) channel. Pong has informed me that ‘vlogging’ is the current trend, and as Pong seems to always be right – I trust him on this one. I’ve been really busy recently, trying to get everything ready for the Halloween period. You know, carving pumpkins, getting my trick-or-treat outfit ready. Anyway, instead of me jabbering on about it, why not check out my first ever vlog. You’ll be able to see what Pong and I have been getting up too. Check it out here. Muah-ahahaha. [READ MORE]

West Sussex schools lead the charge to tackle plastic bottle waste!

West Sussex schools lead the charge to tackle plastic bottle waste!

In December the Recycle for West Sussex Partnership and Wastebuster asked West Sussex primary and infant schools to help reduce the staggering 14 million plastic bottles send to landfill every day in the UK. Schools were asked to invite members of their school community to make a pledge to recycle just one more plastics bottle a week in support of the UK-wide Pledge4Plastics initiative. The response has been staggering! Read more here To find out more about the West Sussex Pledge4Plastics initiative visit: www.wastebuster.co.uk/pledges [READ MORE]

Rose Green Infant School smash the record for plastic pledges!

Rose Green Infant School smash the record for plastic pledges!

Pledge4Plastics is a Government-backed national campaign to boost recycling of plastic packaging in the UK. Schools in West Sussex have been taking part in a bid to collect 'pledges' from their communities to recycle one more plastic bottle a week. The campaign has been an incredible success with over 9900 pledges made! [READ MORE]

Plastics have a whale of a time!

Plastics have a whale of a time!

Bristol has recently been awarded the Green capital of Europe. Check out what they have done to celebrate. [READ MORE]