Recycling Week NZ: 7 - 13 November 2016
Recycling Week aims to raise awareness about recycling and help people improve their recycling habits. Now in its 5th year, an increasing number of business and schools are having fun and learning a lot by proactively taking part in Recycling Week.
A Recycling Week Poster, detailing each daily theme, can be downloaded here. It features each day of the week with an easy to remember(and do) theme that will challenge and incourage you to re-think your recycling habits.To get the most out of Recycling week we recommend appointing a Recycling Week Champion to spread the word and encourage engagement.
Just how far you take Recycling Week is up to you. We encourage you to come up with your own creative ways to engage with Recycling Week. An example of ways participants have done this in the past are:
- Waste challenge Throughout the week each group (floor, classroom etc) collects their waste. At the end of the week the waste is weighed and the group with the least waste wins.
- Educational morning tea Take along items that often end up in the wrong recycling stream and educate your peers where they should go.
- Quiz Take our daily educational quizzes. Get in touch if youre interested in making this a competition at your business or school.
Recycling Video Click above to watch our video on the importance of recycling in NZ
With kind support from The Warehouse, primary and intermediate schools are also invited to take part in the Plastic to Fantastic Recycling Challenge with $1000 in prizes up for grabs.
Recycling Week Themes
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Join us and encourage your friends, families and workmates to recycle more, waste less and take up the challenge of sustainable living. Stay up to date with the latest news, and please share your Recycling Week journey on Facebook and Twitter.
For more advice and support material please contact email@example.com.
Looking to recycle your soft plastics?
The Warehouse is a proud supporter of the soft plastics recycling scheme and may have a collection bin at your local store.