Welcome to the recycle-more schools section. This section is for both pupils and teachers keen to learn more about the environment. Take a look at our key stage activities, read our rubbish facts or even try out some of the recycling games. The schools section is constantly developing so do keep coming back!
The links in this area are designed to direct you to further information.
The Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro) is responsible for encouraging and developing recycling collection initiatives, consumer education, and representing the aluminium packaging industry to government. The education area of this website gives some useful tips on how to recycle aluminium cans in schools and details some case studies.
British Glass is the organisation supporting the glass industry. There is useful information on the history of glass and glass recycling in the UK.
A fun and interactive website where you can learn all about recycling glass. There are games for children and a section for teachers where you can order a free CD-ROM.
Recoup help promote and make possible the recycling of plastic containers. The education section gives information on why we use plastic bottles and, provides some uses for recycled plastic bottles.
bottle2bottle Plastic milk bottles are made from HDPE and this website tells you all about
HDPE and HDPE milk bottles and how they are changing.
bottle2bottle.com is a valuable resource with interesting facts and figures on milk bottle recycling and fun activities.
Recovery & Recycling:
Steel Can Recycling Information Bureau (SCRIB)
SCRIB are the Steel Can Recycling Information Bureau. Aimed primarily at the public, children and teachers SCRIB's newly revamped website is packed with interesting facts and figures on steel
packaging recycling, downloadable resources, as well as an interactive quiz and an animated film describing the recycling process.
For a taster of the website and quick information on steel click here to view the SCRIB fact sheet.