Posted: November 2nd, 2011 | Author: peeladmin | Filed under: Blog, CARI, Recycling for Kids, Scrap Metal Theft, Urban Mining | Tags: Andrew Hough, Architecture, art gallery, Bishop's Palace, bronze, Canadian Association fo Recycling Industries, David Millward, ecclesiastical ruins, heritage, institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Johannesburg, Lincoln, Metal theft, North beaver Township, Onwords & Upwords, Soweto, The Observer, United Kingdom | No Comments »
Our friend and associate Jim Murray of Onwords & Upwords, who has been working with us for a number of years helping us manage our communications, passed on an Associated Press Article this week concerning a bronze sculpture which had been stolen from the Johannesburg Art Gallery in South Africa and destroyed for its scrap value. This was not the first such incident and unfortunately, it likely won’t be the last.
Johannesburg gallery where bronze sculpture was stolen and harvested for scrap.
Posted: March 30th, 2011 | Author: peeladmin | Filed under: Event Participation, Recycling for Kids, Uncategorized | Tags: community, environment, responsibility, science, sponsorship, student project, support | No Comments »
We are always pleased to see young people visit us at our yard. They inevitably have lots of questions about the recycling work that we do and their enthusiasm is infectious.
These young people are the future of the recycling industry and by taking on an awareness of the importance of environmental stewardship at such an early age, it certainly gives us hope that life on the planet will continue.
Chris Slater's nifty looking science project. Glad we could be part of it.
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Posted: May 6th, 2010 | Author: peeladmin | Filed under: Recycling for Kids | Tags: award winning recycling, rainy day activity, recycling for kids, www.greenplanetforkids.tv, www.more4kidsinfo/704/ | No Comments »
Next time you find yourself at home with the kids on a rainy day, why not visit some of the award winning recycling sites designed and developed to catch their attention, teach them about recycling and have some fun.
There are games, origami and plenty of cartoon characters with lots to say about the subject. It’s never too early to develop good habits. Look for our advertising at:
Read more about kid’s recycling at: http://www.more4kids.info/704/
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