What we do

We bring waste education to life with exciting films, media-rich resources and campaigns designed to inform, inspire and empower children to care for the environment.
We harness the power of entertainment for social change and inspire young people, by showing them the difference they can make by adopting more sustainable lifestyle choices.
We support individuals, teachers, parents, schools and Governments to ensure responsible consumption stays at the top of the education agenda, so we might all help protect our planet for generations to come.

Our Activations

School Membership Programme

An award programme offering schools a whole year of media-rich classroom and eco-team activities plus toolkits, resources and support for reducing waste and making savings.

Local Authority Waste Education Programmes

A localised schools waste education programme with campaigns, communications and support for communities to improve household recycling.

Films and Education Resources

Media-rich education resources and films featuring fun characters that capture children’s imaginations and bring environmental education to life.

Positive Change Campaigns

Local, national and international campaigns designed for children, families and schools that promote responsible consumption (see case study section below).

Corporate Volunteer Training

Volunteer training in schools to enrich employee give-back days and positively engage local communities.

Recycling Rewards

National ‘Earn and Learn’ schemes for children, families, schools and community groups to unlock rewards by recycling.

18

Local authorities receiving waste education services

530

Tonnes of textiles waste diverted from landfill

4500

Schools registered for Wastebuster recycling services

16000

Wastebuster education resource downloads

Our achievements include

  • Hosting the annual European Parliamentary Primary Earth Summit
  • Fronting WRAP's national Recycle now online primary schools programme
  • Developing 2 LOtC award winning education centres
  • Development of over 100 cross-curriculum films and songs with over 150,000 downloads
  • Over 4,500 schools registered for Wastebuster recycling services
  • Delivering waste education services to 18 local authorities
  • Delivery of the London 2012 Sport into Schools national recycling campaign (over 1,500 schools registered)
  • Delivery of the Science into Schools national recycling campaign (over 2,000 schools registered)
  • Over 16,000 Wastebuster education resource downloads
  • Over 530 tonnes of textiles waste diverted from landfill
  • Significant funding raised for primary schools through recycling initiatives
  • Chaired sessions and spoken at international conferences on education, waste reduction and volunteer engagement
  • Partnering with the largest environmental education programmes in England to offer free waste education resources to a collective network over 19,000 schools (representing 9m children and young people)
  • Development of an award winning corporate volunteering programme
  • Delivery of multiple school and community (family) engagement campaigns