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Supports Maths, Science and English as pupils find out why recycling plastic is important and what plastics can be recycled.
Roach has the wrong idea about waste and is quickly corrected.
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
Busta needs some help and launches the supernova Plastic Planet Kids Challenge. Video runtime 4:27
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.
How to make your own Pedro Plastic.
Essential background information on plastic for teachers, to deliver lessons that help students make better use of plastic and reduce its environmental impact.
The plastic recycling process infographic.
Did you know that recycled plastic bottles can be made into a fleece top?
Use the plastic recycling poster to tell everyone what types of plastic can be recycled.
Pedro Plastic, like most plastic is made from oil and should be recycled whenever possible.