Inspire your school in Australia to embrace sustainability and organic waste disposal with the help of ZEROSCRAPS

Our comprehensive education program offers a range of initiatives designed to promote a greener future.
We present a range of packages tailored to various age groups of children
Here's how you can participate:

Promote waste reduction and recycling practices alongside composting with these ideas:

a. Minimize Food Waste:

Educate students about portion control, encouraging them to take only what they can consume and providing options for returning unconsumed food for composting.

b. Recycling Stations:

Install clearly labeled recycling bins throughout the school, including classrooms, hallways, and outdoor areas, facilitating proper waste separation and recycling.

c. Sustainability Challenges:

Organize sustainability challenges or competitions where students and staff can partake in waste reduction initiatives, such as “zero waste” lunch days or plastic-free weeks.

d. Collaboration with Local Authorities:

Establish connections with local waste management authorities or organizations specializing in organic waste recycling. They may offer resources, guidance, or workshops for students and staff.

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Piter says:

I recently had the privilege of witnessing the Environmental Sustainability Activity Program conducted by Zeroscraps company in several Australian schools, and I must say that the impact it left was truly remarkable. This initiative not only shed light on the pressing environmental issues but also empowered students to become stewards of our planet. I am pleased to award this program a full five-star rating for its effectiveness, educational value, and lasting influence.

Julie says:

As a concerned member of our school community, I couldn’t be more delighted to share my overwhelmingly positive experience with the sustainable practices being implemented in our school, specifically in regards to the disposal of organic waste. Our school’s commitment to environmental consciousness is truly commendable, and the way we handle organic waste serves as a shining example of how responsible institutions can make a real difference.

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Raise awareness about organic waste generation and identify areas for improvement through an organic waste audit:

a. Measurement:

Measure the weight or volume of organic waste generated by the school over a specific period, such as a week or a month.

b. Analysis:

Analyze the data to identify the primary sources of organic waste, including cafeteria leftovers, food scraps from cooking classes, or landscaping waste.

c. Awareness Campaign:

Share the audit results with the school community through presentations, posters, or announcements, creating awareness about the impact of organic waste and the need for sustainable practices.

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Daisy Palmer says:

As a proud parent and an advocate for sustainable practices, I was absolutely thrilled to witness the incredible transformation that has taken place at our local Australian school, thanks to the innovative implementation of worm composting bins. This endeavor not only showcases the school’s commitment to environmental education but also exemplifies a hands-on approach towards fostering a greener and more sustainable future for our children.

Addison Crowe says:

Handout book by Zeroscraps Company is an engaging and educational resource that introduces school students to the importance of reducing food waste and provides creative solutions for disposing of leftovers. As a tool aimed at cultivating sustainable habits from a young age, this guide succeeds in making the concept of managing surplus food exciting and relatable.

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Launch a School Composting Program: Immerse students in the world of composting and divert organic waste from landfills.

a. Student Workshops:

Engage students through interactive workshops highlighting the significance of composting, the benefits of organic waste recycling, and its contribution to sustainability

b. Establish Composting Infrastructure:

Designate an accessible area within the school grounds for composting. Acquire compost bins or tumblers that suit the school’s needs, ensuring proper labeling and easy access

c. Student and Staff Involvement:

Assign composting responsibilities to students and staff members. Foster participation through friendly competitions or recognition for classrooms or individuals contributing the most organic waste

d. Composting Guidelines:

Provide clear instructions on what can and cannot be composted. Emphasize avoiding meat, dairy, and oily foods. Encourage the use of biodegradable plates and utensils in the cafeteria

e. Utilize the Compost:

Once the compost is ready, utilize it in school gardens or donate it to local community gardens, fostering a sustainable cycle.

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Justin Kelly says:

In an effort to foster a sense of responsibility and environmental consciousness among students, my secondary school recently introduced an innovative initiative – practice lessons for disposing of leftovers. This practice not only aims to reduce food wastage but also instills a crucial life skill that extends beyond the classroom. Having experienced these lessons firsthand, I am thrilled to share my thoughts on their effectiveness and impact.

George Morris says:

As an environmentally-conscious Australian student, I’ve always been on the lookout for practical ways to contribute to a greener future. Discovering the world of worm bins as a method to dispose of organic waste has been an eye-opening experience that not only aligns with my sustainability goals but also provides a tangible and educational approach. Let me share my journey of using worm bins, incorporating a practice handout tailored to Australian students.

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