5th March 2020

Cornwall’s recycling facility welcomes Surfers Against Sewage

Recently, SUEZ recycling and recovery UK’s team at Bodmin materials recycling facility hosted CBBC children’s TV presenter, Naomi Wilkinson and members of Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) for an afternoon of filming to produce a series of videos as part of the teacher resources available in their ‘Plastic Free Schools’ initiative packs.

Plastic Free Schools is a pupil-led programme designed to guide schools through the process of removing single-use plastic items from schools.

Schools register online to receive a plastic free school pack which includes five objectives for the schools to meet in order to achieve plastic free school status.

Emily van de Geer, Education Manager for Surfers Against Sewage, said: “Taking part in this incredible movement across the country is easy. All schools need to do is provide us with photographic evidence and short updates on each objective. By achieving Plastic Free School status pupils are significantly helping eradicate single-use plastics from our schools and the environment.”

For further information and to register your school visit Plastic Free Schools.

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