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RecycleKiwi is here to help schools, businesses and organisations to improve their recycling efforts with interesting and fun educational resources.

Education is the key to changing behaviours around waste minimisation. People of all ages need to understand the impact that waste has on our natural environment and learn the 4R’s of recycling.

Learn more about the 4 R’s

Beach Brothers’ Olympic Quest

Follow RecycleKiwi Ambassadors Sam & Ben O’Dea on their quest to complete at the Tokyo Olympics

The RecycleKiwi Resources Pack

The RecycleKiwi Resources pack has everything you need to kick start your recycling programme. It’s free to order one for your school or workplace.

So, what’s in the pack…

A large wall poster to help promote recycling awareness.

Recycling Wall Poster

A sticker set to set up your recycling system

Use these stickers to easily turn any rubbish bins into recycling and waste separation bins.

A poster set to highlight your recycling system

These 5 colourful wall posters to display recycling information… great for highlighting your recycling station.

NEW VIDEO – How to reduce waste on your next shop

Check out our new video featuring the O’Dea Beach Brothers walking us through their local supermarket to share some useful tips on how we can make good choices while shopping to help reduce waste going into landfill.

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Introducing the 4 R’s of recycling

Say ‘No’ to waste.
This choice is powerful. Refuse plastic straws and packaging. Refuse anything unnecessary.

Learn more about Refusing

Understand the impact that waste has on our natural environment. What are you doing to reduce waste?

Learn more about Reducing

Give things a second lifecycle…reuse, repair and share. Wash and reuse containers and refill your water bottle.

Learn more about Reusing

Say ‘No’ to waste.

Recycling is very important in reducing waste. Take care when separating recyclables.

Learn more about Recycling

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