Reducing our waste is one of the best ways to have a positive impact on our world. It’s important to both our natural environment and to us. Making use of redundant materials is a clear statement about closing the loop of resources.
It’s a challenge to create new and meaningful uses for objects we regard as rubbish. Our Up-cycling workshop uses the Tetra-Pack-to-wallet design to demonstrate such a transformation, creating a new and exciting use for material otherwise regarded as waste. In this case the cardboard, aluminium and plastic, which are hard to recycle, create a new object which cleverly borrows from the properties of a discarded juice carton. i.e: durable and hard wearing.
- Design technology
- Workshops for an Eco Week
- Global dimension
- Eco School Awards
The workshops last 45 minuets to an hour each, with up to 35 pupils in each class, we can provide two workshop activities per day.