Busta and Pong explore how electronic equipment can be recycled
A Recycle Now animation showing how councils treat food waste either by In-vessel composting or by Anaerobic digestion.
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)
Simple classroom activities introduce food, carton, electrical, metal, paper and cardboard and plastic recycling. Then conduct a waste audit in your school.
A food waste poster for your school canteen.
Explore the process of home composting, foods that can be composted and the importance of composting.
Make your own Ollie Organics finger puppet
A short video from Love Food Hate Waste showing how we can prevent food waste.
A video showing how eggs and dairy products can be stored and used to minimise waste.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of composting.
Busta and Pong meet two sock monsters and Busta beams down to an allotment to find out about composting.
Busta and Pong visit a household and are shown the importance of recycling in the correct bin.
A Recycle Now animation showing what happens to garden waste collected by the council.
Ollie Organics is made up of organic matter like food or garden waste.
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.
Busta investigates food waste and plastic packaging recycling
Recycle Now with Busta short video gives a taster of what to expect. It encourages pupils to think differently about waste and recycling.
Recycle Now with Busta is a resource for KS1&2. Supporting Maths, Science and English, it encourages pupils to think differently about waste and recycling and includes eco-team activity ideas.
Supports Maths, Science and English as pupils find out how valuable food waste can be and how it can even be recycled to generate power.
Busta finds out how food waste is recycled using anaerobic digestion.
Busta learns about the impact of food waste and how it is recycled.
Busta learns why we should recycle food waste.
The home compost recycling process infographic.
The guide explains the resources in this Toolkit to help you to deliver activities to support Organic September or Compost Awareness Week.
Campaign poster reminding everyone to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Food waste poster.
Recycling Collection Point poster.
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 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
Make your own banana flapjacks by using unwanted bananas headed for the bin.