A great video on plastic recycling.
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.
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
Did you know that recycled plastic bottles can be made into a fleece top?
Simple classroom activities introduce food, carton, electrical, metal, paper and cardboard and plastic recycling. Then conduct a waste audit in your school.
A short video explaining the reasons for recycling plastic.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of plastic recycling.
A short video on recycling plastic pots, tubs and trays.
A subtitled Recycle Now video explaining the process of plastic recycling.
Make a plastic bottle planter.
How to make a scoop.
Printable infographic for our Busta mascot.
A Recycle Now animation showing how plastics are recycled.
Recycle Now Cartons And How They Are Recycled
Recycle Now Cartons And How They Are Recycled (Subtitled)
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 about cartons and how they are recycled.
Supports Maths, Science and English as pupils find out why recycling plastic is important and what plastics can be recycled.
The first episode in our Litter Things Matter series. Planet Earth has a problem with plastic pollution. Busta and his team’s mission is to find out what it is and what to do about it. Video runtime 5:22
Busta and his team talk to their city reporter Patch about plastic pollution in towns and cities, and what happens to it. Video runtime 4:40
Busta and Boo talk to Ryan’s Recycling, OMG (One More Generation) and a Youth Ambassador for the Born Free Foundation. Video runtime 5:36
Planet Earth has a problem with plastic pollution. Busta and his team are on a mission. Video runtime 19:54
The pack is designed to help children understand the journey of plastic from recycling bins into useful new products, that plastic is a valuable resource and why it should be managed responsibly.
Busta learns about how plastic is recycled and the Recycling Locator on recyclenow.com.
Busta learns about plastic pollution and how plastics get into the oceans.
Busta learns how we can reduce the amount of plastic in the oceans.
Busta learns how cartons are recycled and what they can be recycled into.
Essential background information on plastic for teachers, to deliver lessons that help students make better use of plastic and reduce its environmental impact.
An introduction to the Toolkit to help deliver activities supporting Plastic Bag Free Day or World Oceans Day.
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.
Pedro Plastic, like most plastic is made from oil and should be recycled whenever possible.
Campaign poster reminding everyone to reduce, reuse and recycle.
The plastic recycling process infographic.
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.
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.
A presentation going through the various reasons behind recycling plastic.
A presentation on the recycling of plastic and how a Baby Busta Mascot can be made from 5 used plastic bottles.