Message in a Plastic Bottle »Launched at John Curtin College. Also check out Plastic Free July on the Authority's homepage this month.
A superhero in the making »Fremantle Language Development Centre - gets students off to an inspiring start
Forrestfield PS no dig garden »Students demonstrate the easy way of producing a low maintenance garden
Old mobile phones can be recycled! »The batteries and other components can be re-used and in many cases the phones still work perfectly.
Bridgetown SHS students »Sorting rubbish into recyclable, non-recyclable and food scraps...the last being used for worms or mulch
Mindarie SC plastic free pledges »Students pledge to reduce plastic waste
Beacy the scarecrow at Beaconsfield »Over 30 children from years 1-7 came along at lunchtimes to make "Beacy" out of recycled materials
Beckenham PS students »Feeding plants with their worm farms wonderful natural fertiliser
Dardanup Primary can crushers »Students collect, crush and recycle aluminium cans to raise funds
The Waste Wise Schools program targets schools in WA with educational strategies for reducing waste to landfill by implementing the 3Rs, reduce, reuse, recycle - while developing positive environmental values in students and the whole school community.
These schools model responsible environmental behaviours through hands-on learning experiences that are linked to the Australian Curriculum.
Waste Wise Schools (WWS) is funded through the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Account and administered by the Waste Authority. It offers resources and support for schools to plan, implement and maintain waste minimising projects such as recycling, composting and worm farming.
WWS helps schools to set up infrastructure and provides resources aimed at changing attitudes and behaviour in regard to sustainable waste management.
The program is provided free of charge and is available to all schools in Western Australia.
For more information on WWS, please contact the Waste Wise Schools coordinator on 6364 6979 or email email@example.com.
13 schools funded to reduce waste
Grant helps recycling efforts
Plant, harvest, eat...
Where to start...