Busta and Pong explore how electronic equipment can be recycled
A great video on plastic recycling.
Deliver an interactive 15-minute assembly watching and learning about recycling with Busta and Pong, and testing your pupil's knowledge in a game.
Learn how each Busta Baby Mascot is made from 5 recycled plastic bottles.
An animation showing how recycling plastic bottles, pots, tubs and trays can help the Earth and how just 5 plastic bottles can make a Baby Busta Mascot.
Join Busta and Pong in their investigation of what a wind farm is and how electricity is generated from wind turbines.
Busta and Pong explore which types of plastic can be recycled and how everyone can find out what type of plastic is recycled in their area
Busta and Pong explore how metals can be recycled
Busta and Pong explore how milk, juice, soup and other cartons can be recycled
Busta and Pong explore how paper and cardboard can be recycled
Busta and Pong explore how food waste can be recycled into compost
Busta and Pong explore how food waste can be recycled to generate power (Anaerobic Digestion)
Did you know that recycled plastic bottles can be made into a fleece top?
Cardboard recycling poster.
Measure how much waste your school creates and create a waste reduction action plan.
The facts and stats in this support sheet could be useful when you are delivering lessons on recycling and sustainability.
Aluminium recycling poster
Sing-a-long or dance-a-long with Busta and Pong’s recycling song.
This activity pack accompanies the film library, featuring Captain Busta and Lieutenant Pong and their explorations into different types of recycling.
Simple classroom activities introduce food, carton, electrical, metal, paper and cardboard and plastic recycling. Then conduct a waste audit in your school.
Use this paper recycling poster to tell everyone what types of paper can be recycled.
Use the ‘Recycle here’ logo to signpost recycling bins.
A food waste poster for your school canteen.
Remind everyone in your school to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Tell everyone what types of textile can be recycled.
Use the plastic recycling poster to tell everyone what types of plastic can be recycled.
Glass recycling poster
Cans recycling poster
Make sure everyone knows what type of card can be recycled.
Recycling points poster
Display your schools eco-code for everyone to follow.
Printable infographic for our Busta mascot.
Use this ppt presentation to get your eco team Wastebusting! This is a ready-made ppt and template for the eco-team's first assembly.
Busta and Pong find out what the options are for waste on Earth.
The new planner for 2019/20 contains dates for environmental days and weeks throughout the school year and hyperlinks to related Wastebuster resources.
An introduction to landfills as Busta investigates.
A Recycle Now animation encouraging disposal of WEEE at council recycling centres.
Supports Maths, Science and English as pupils find out how easily paper and cardboard is recycled.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of paper recycling.(1:21)
A short video explaining the reasons for recycling plastic.
A subtitled Recycle Now video explaining the process of paper recycling.
Explore the process of home composting, foods that can be composted and the importance of composting.
Find out what should be done with waste and discover the waste hierarchy. Video runtime 7:00
Create sock puppets and use them to explore environmental topics through creative role play.
A interactive online quiz to learn about paper recycling and how to reduce paper waste in school and at home.
Busta, with the help of Pong investigates a Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) and discovers what goes on in the mysterious building.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of plastic recycling.
A short video on recycling plastic pots, tubs and trays.
A Recycle Now animation showing a boy throwing away a can - what could it be made into?
A subtitled Recycle Now video explaining the process of plastic recycling.
Make a plastic bottle planter.
How to make a scoop.
Printable A4 Blank Wastebuster Eco-Hero Certificate signed by Captain Busta.
Printable A4 Blank Wastebuster 3R's Certificate schools can use to show that they are Wastebuster members.
Explore the importance of reusing materials and reducing textile waste by creating personalised PE bags from unwanted textiles.
Get pupils thinking about the value of waste in other countries while creating their own recycled textile footballs.
Electrical and electronic waste wordsearch.