Busta and Pong find out what the options are for waste on Earth.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of paper recycling.(1:21)
A subtitled Recycle Now video explaining the process of paper recycling.
Busta and Pong visit the Hinkley Power Plant to investigate nuclear power.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of plastic recycling.
A subtitled Recycle Now video explaining the process of plastic recycling.
This is a great song to get the children thinking about reducing energy consumption.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of composting.
Busta and Pong find and investigate a landfill.
A Recycle Now animation that shows the process of recycling aluminium cans.
A Recycle Now animation showing how different materials are separated.
A Recycle Now animation showing the processes and benefits of recycling paper.
Andy Aluminium can be recycled again and again into anything from cans to aeroplanes.
Bin is a greedy waste-guzzling monster.
Gordon Glass can be recycled endlessly without losing any quality.
Penny Paper is made from trees, every tonne of paper you recycle saves 17 trees.
Sam Steel is like Andy Aluminium, they are both recycling superstars who can be recycled without losing quality.
Taylor Textiles is made of clothes, shoes and fabrics.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment is the fastest growing type of rubbish on Earth.
Find out how much food we waste, the importance of good nutrition and how protecting food can reduce the amount of food we waste, with Busta.
Busta has invented a new recycling machine, like the recycling machines he has seen on Earth, to recycle plastic packaging into useful new things!
Wastebuster Reporter Bheji Rhino finds out that nutrition is important for learning and that plastic food packaging protects food (reducing food waste) but must be recycled to protect the environment.
Roach has the wrong idea about waste and is quickly corrected.
Essential background information on plastic for teachers, to deliver lessons that help students make better use of plastic and reduce its environmental impact.
Information on all types of waste management, and facts and resources that can be used in the classroom.
This education pack is designed as an entry point to finding out about different plastics and plastics recycling. It contains a range of resources and reference materials to encourage students to think of plastic waste as a resource.
Infographic - diagram of the waste hierarchy.
Infographic - process map showing how a Materials Recycling Facility is used to separate out mixed recyclable waste.
Infographic - process map showing how garden and uncooked kitchen waste can be turned into compost at home or on a larger scale.
Infographic - process map showing how organic material separated out during Mechanical Biological Treatment is then turned into compost.
Infographic - process map showing how Mechanical Biological Treatment is used to sort rubbish and create compost.
Infographic - process map showing how In Vessel Composting can create compost in as little as two weeks.
‘Shake it’, was written by renowned South African artist Tresor, with a helping hand from Wastebuster’s lead character, Captain Busta. The song promotes the benefits of good nutrition