A Recycle Now animation showing how councils treat food waste either by In-vessel composting or by Anaerobic digestion.
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
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)
Busta and Pong explore how electronic equipment can be recycled
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.
This activity pack accompanies the film library, featuring Captain Busta and Lieutenant Pong and their explorations into different types of recycling.
Display your schools eco-code for everyone to follow.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of paper recycling.(1:21)
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.
Use our mind mapping activity to explore what Reduce, Reuse and Recycle mean. Watch Busta's video to help inspire your pupils.
This activity encourages debate around environmental responsibility and prioritising actions, as pupils help Busta decide what to do next.
Pupils learn how to debate and present in this waste minimisation lesson.
Pupils create their own stop frame animation to convey an environmental message.
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 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.
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.
Use this check sheet to survey litter in school and plan how to prevent it in the future.
Help Busta find his way through the maze.
Busta and friends' recycling-themed word search.
A Recycle Now video explaining the process of composting.
Busta and Pong find and investigate a landfill.
Busta and Pong find out what the options are for waste on Earth.
Busta and Pong find out about the waste hierarchy.
Busta and Pong visit a paper recycling plant and see how humans can reduce paper waste.
Busta and Pong see where clothes that have been donated to a textile recycling bin go.
Busta and Pong meet two sock monsters and Busta beams down to an allotment to find out about composting.
Busta and Pong arrive on Earth. Poogle, the spaceships computer talks about the problems of waste on Earth and the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling different waste materials.
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 the recyclable materials collected at the kerbside.
A Recycle Now animation showing what happens to garden waste collected by the council.
A Recycle Now animation showing how different materials are separated.
A Recycle Now animation showing the processes and benefits of recycling paper.
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)
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.
A landfill cross-section showing the parts of a landfill.
Busta and Pong have been getting ready for Waste Week - putting up posters and new labels on recycling bins.
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.