Recycling is much more than just paper, plastic and glass. We'll find out what, why and how some of the more unusual things can be recycled. So join Dr Rob as he puts out the rubbish and SCOPES out all the science behind recycling.
The Totally Wild team brings you a special episode all about recycling. We learn how mobile phones, garden waste, cans, bottles and even roads are recycled. Stacey visits an art workshop where everything is made from reclaimed materials and Duane spends time at a worm farm.
Sean Kennedy visits Thiess' recycling plant where Joel Alexander explains how recyclables are processed, removing contaminants, sorting paper from plastic, before being sent to specialist plants.
Charlie and Lola are on a recycling mission. They involve the whole school, determined to enter a competition that could win them all a real tree to plant! But time is running out and they don't have enough recyclable items.
Garbage is stinky and gross; but Harrison finds out that even smelly garbage can be useful!
See how ferrous and non-ferrous metals are separated as used cars go from the scrapheap to recycled steel.
A fantastic series of titles exploring the challenges facing today's product designers. Today, the program explores what makes a material sustainable, including: certification, recycling, and the inputs and carbon footprint required to create them. It then explores the benefits and limitations of using them and asks, what makes a building or product truly sustainable?
Addressing some of our most important environmental issues, this episode focuses on recycling issues with interviews and features on green products and alternative ideas that may transform our everyday lives.
Michelle and Nigel help Jordan find a storage solution from his old packaging, taking inspiration from an artist who makes amazing collages from recycling. Find out how to make Fake Snot to prank your friends, incredible Crisp Packet Fashion and a Plastic Bottle Skittle Game. We check in with the 'Totally Famous' Salvador Dali and we check out how to make a creature out of cardboard!
We're looking at the environment: saving the Murray Darling River System; where our glass recycling really goes; getting rid of petrol and diesel cars in the UK; and saving animals from poachers in Cambodia.
Craig Reucassel is on a mission to uncover how much waste we produce as a nation and learn what we can about it. In tonight's episode he focuses on food waste as a staggering amount ends up in landfill every year.
Craig Reucassel returns for another season of the series that sparked action across the nation. Craig explores our reliance on single-use plastic items, such as plastic bottles and straws, that damage our waterways and marine life.
This program joins the War on Waste as Tony Jones is joined by Craig Reucassel, Ronni Kahn from OzHarvest, as well as a People's Panellist and more. The panel will look at the progress we've made and how we can further improve. Panellists: Craig Reucassel, host, War on Waste; Ronni Kahn, CEO and founder of OzHarvest; Jo Taranto, director of Good for the Hood; David O'Loughlin, president of the Australian Local Government Association; and Gayle Sloan, CEO Waste Management.
Tom is eager to start a paint-recycling program. Rick and Ernie work on the recycling science, while Dan sets up a pilot program with a local hardware store. Tom enlists Dean to facilitate a staff graffiti contest at the 10th annual Graffiti Jam.
Leela Varghese visits Electronic Recycling Australia to see how computers, televisions, fridges and phones are deconstructed and diverted from landfill.
Most houses around Australia have a recycling bin, but do we all know what should or shouldn't go in and why Leah is a junior scientist with the Double Helix Club and she points out all the things that you can recycle at home.
Taroona High School gets a 'recycling robot'. What are some of the robot's features? Do you think having the robot will encourage more students to recycle?
Nicholas and Justine are joined by two special guests: Dr Katrina Warren and Martie the dog. They give Martie a check-up, make a recycled throw toy and dog stencils for a box bed. Through the windows, we learn about recycling.
Emma and Nicholas make a scarecrow from recycled bits and pieces, plant some seeds in the garden and paint a discovery mural of an elephant. Through the windows, we visit a community garden to learn about composting.
Join the fun as Rachael and Alex make a soccer game using paper cups, tell the story of Jemima Learns to Twirl and play the reuseable objects obstacle course. Through the windows, we visit Reverse Garbage.
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