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Bringing together all component parts of a neighbourhood (school, council, businesses and community – ‘SCBC’)  we have pupils as leading 'agents' in the social change against waste, by educating them about recycling and rubbish, through regular waste and resource awareness activities and trips. The project targets pupils from kindergarten age and continues throughout their whole school education, in its aim towards achieving long-term generational change.  

It is supported by and works in collaboration with councils, businesses and communities through their involvement in the project activities. 

IN THE UK

20%

UK's landfill rate

(source: govt.uk)

45%

UK's recycling rate

(source: govt.uk)

A Future without Rubbish

Wilberforce School 

"It is everyone’s responsibility to face up to the problem of plastic pollution and I am proud that Wilberforce Primary is playing such a leading role in this project. This is a problem that we have to face up to today – not in ten years’ time – which is why it is vital that we start educating the next generation about caring for the environment now." 

Claire Macfie,

Headteacher of Wilberforce Primary School

A Future without Rubbish

Queens Park Primary School

"This is a fantastic project for our pupils to be involved in to encourage them to understand recycling from a young age and really see the benefits.  What is not to like about saving money and saving the planet? They can also help to educate other generations in their families, to realise real behavioural changes in our community for the future." 

The Head of Queens Park Primary School, Mrs. Killip

IN ROMANIA

70%

Romania's landfill rate

(data: EU)

14%

Romania's recycling rate

(data: EU)

Un Viitor fara Gunoi 

Valea Viilor

"The project Un Viitor fara Gunoi represents for our school an opportunity to develop children’s knowledge, something that didn’t happen until now in our community. It is very important, taking in consideration that in comparison with the other EU state members, Romania has a lot to learn on this front. Children are trying to educate their parents and it’s a spectacular thing.” 

Headteacher Daniela Vasiliu

35%

an increase of 35%

in recycling within the school

IN INDIA

The first action for A Future without Rubbish in India is happening on World Environment Day.  Details to follow.

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