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Are you looking to enrich your students' knowledge about recycling and environmental sustainability? Look no further! Our comprehensive range of engaging resources are at your disposal, allowing you to delve deep into the world of recycling and its positive impact on our planet. Discover our collection of free, high-quality materials that cater for children in KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, FE and HE. We also offer CPD courses for educators.
Take part in an educational tour of our nationally acclaimed Materials Recovery Facility in Hartlepool to increase your knowledge, understanding and experience of the recycling process.
Our team come back almost evangelistic about recycling after a trip to J&B Recycling. We would highly recommend.Thirteen Group
Online workshops are available to support teachers and lecturers gain a better understanding of recycling and its impact on the environment.
Really informative. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone wishing to expand their knowledge about recycling and the environment.Jackie McGowry, Catcote Academy
We offer a limited number of industry work placement opportunities for anyone wishing to gain a more in-depth knowledge of recycling, who might be able to support with our business activities e.g. marketing, research.
A fantastic experience. It really opened my eyes to the world of recycling. I will definitely use what I have learned in my curriculum next year.Leah Frater, Hartlepool College of FE
Education is the cornerstone of change. We believe that by joining forces with the education sector, we can inspire and empower young minds to become eco-champions of tomorrow.Vikki Jackson-Smith, MD at J&B Recycling
At J&B Recycling, we are eager to forge strong partnerships and collaborations with educational providers to explore issues such as carbon reduction, sustainability, and the promotion of recycling. As a business, we aspire to empower the next generation with the knowledge and tools they need to become proactive agents of change.Get In Touch