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 the latest in action, adventure and wildlife from Australia and around the globe.
Animated adventures of a group of baby animals who live together on Big Barn Farm. Gobo the goat, Petal the pig, Digger the puppy and Dash the donkey help each other out as they go about life on the farm. The Farmyard Bunch finds a pile of junk. What is more, there is someone hidden among it.
This program includes a wide range of vegetables, some familiar and some a little more unusual. We meet a family who grows all their own vegetables. We see them planting, weeding, and harvesting. We visit markets in different parts of the world and see people buying and selling vegetables.
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?
Find out how to make eye-catching colourful pictures from rubbish, and learn how Andy Warhol did a type of recycling when he created some of his most famous works of art.
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.
Dirtgirl cracks Scrapboy's pirate code unlocking a rethink of the three arrhs joke. Dirtgirl reboots the 3Rs conversation to reduce the use of the recycling message.
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.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is on a mission to reduce the amount of waste that Britain produces. The good news is that all the British supermarkets make big bold claims about how little waste they produce, but what does it really mean? Hugh joins up with skip divers Sam Joseph and Catie Jarman, on an illicit midnight supermarket bin raid to rescue perfectly edible food that was destined for the dump. If Sam, Catie and Hugh hadn't intercepted it, all this good food would have gone to a place called anaerobic digestion (AD), where food waste is turned into energy. This is fine if it has gone off or spoiled, but surely if it is edible, it should be given to people? Hugh then finds out that it is not just food coming out the back of the supermarkets that is going to waste. Most of the waste in the supply chain happens before the food even gets to the supermarkets. A national charity has made it their business to intercept as much of this food as they can and redistribute it to charities. They are feeding 80,000 people a day with food that would otherwise get thrown away, but this is only 2% of all the food waste out there. Hugh lays down a challenge to the supermarkets to commit to sending less of their waste to AD, and more to charity. In his bid to reduce the mountain of food waste that is being generated on Britain's farms due to supermarkets' strict cosmetic standards, Hugh gathers evidence from one farm in Norfolk and prepares to take it to one of the big four supermarkets. But it's not just food that we're wasting - shocked by how disposable fashion seems to have become, Hugh dumps seven tonnes of clothes in a shopping centre and asks for guesses on how long it takes us to throw away this much stuff. Answers range from three days to six hours but the truth is much much less than this. Yet there is always a better place for our clothes to end up than the bin.
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.
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