Waste Wise Kids
Stay up to date with all our latest news here. We like to focus on young people making a difference to the environment, new schools that have embraced the Waste Wise Kids initiative, how to guides for reusing and repurposing, as well as news from our wonderful members who are supporting Waste Wise Kids across the UK. Also, keep a look out for all our networking opportunities!
Winners announced: The Kings Coronation Eco-crown Competition
We launched a special King’s Coronation competition to create an eco-crown out of items that could be reused and recycled! Thank you so much for all the entries- we had so many, which is why [...]
*Competition closed: Celebrate The King’s Coronation by creating your very own Eco-Crown!
*Competition now closed COMPETITION! The Coronation of His Majesty, The King will take place on Saturday 6th May 2023. King Charles III wants to protect the planet for future generations - a passion he has voiced [...]
Winners announced: Reuse Easter Basket competition
We launched a competition over the Easter holidays to create an Easter basket made out of things that would normally go in the bin! Thank you so much for all the entries! We hope you [...]
Easter chocolate packaging reviewed – What a waste!
The Easter holidays are over, and I'm sure you have munched through a lot of your Easter eggs by now, but how much packaging waste was created? Around 80 million Easter eggs are sold in [...]
NOW CLOSED Easter Competition: Calling all our Eggs-pert repurposers!
Enter our sustainable Easter Basket competition! The Easter long weekend is nearly here! Are you going on any Easter egg hunts? If so, you are going to need an Easter basket to collect all your [...]
Sea glass – when the ocean turns trash into treasure!
Sea glass is created when the oceans turn glass, that has been broken and discarded as waste, into little treasures you might find along the beach. Unfortunately, throughout history, glass has ended up in our [...]
Waste Wise Kids assembly educates 400 pupils about waste and sustainability
St Bernadette’s Primary School in Milton Keynes participated in a special Waste Wise Kid’s assembly which saw the whole school learn about the importance of recycling and sustainability and how they can have a positive [...]
Be waste free under the tree
Think about ways to be waste free under the tree this Christmas. Many types of wrapping paper, especially the glossy, glittery rolls, are not recyclable which means that once presents have been opened, all the [...]