Busta and Pong explore how metals can be recycled
Simple classroom activities introduce food, carton, electrical, metal, paper and cardboard and plastic recycling. Then conduct a waste audit in your school.
Cans recycling poster
A Recycle Now animation showing a boy throwing away a can - what could it be made into?
Make your own Andy Aluminium finger puppet.
A Recycle Now animation that shows the process of recycling aluminium cans.
Andy Aluminium can be recycled again and again into anything from cans to aeroplanes.
Sam Steel is like Andy Aluminium, they are both recycling superstars who can be recycled without losing quality.
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 explore the metal recycling process.
Supports Maths, Science and English as pupils find out about cartons and how they are recycled.
Busta learns how the different types of metals can be recycled .
Busta learns how metal is recycled.
Busta learns how cartons are recycled and what they can be recycled into.
Become involved in events such as the Great British Beach Clean, Coastal Clean Up Day, Clean Up The World Weekend or develop the school's own themed events or sequence of assemblies.
Campaign poster reminding everyone to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Recycling Collection Point poster.
Download our presentation on the 3 R’s (reducing, reusing and recycling) to show your pupil’s the importance of recycling.
A process map showing the stages of aluminium recycling.
A process map showing the stages of steel recycling.