Please note our address has changed to or

Amazing upcycled fashion!

These dresses were made by Northampton School for Girls using waste and charity shop items.

Top Hints

Papier mache

Reuse old paper that can not be written on any more to make papier mache, or use it to make your own paper.

10 fantastic waste and energy games to try out online

 We here in the NWEET office think that playing games is a really effective and exciting way to learn how to reduce, reuce, recycle and to save energy. So, we have compiled a list of all our favourite online interractive games. These can be used in the classroom or as part of an eco club to help to get these important messages across.

NWEET are not responsible for the content of external internet sites.

 10. My 2050 - Help reduce our CO2 emissions to 20% of 1990 levels and avoid climate change. 

 9. Zingys Recycling Adventure - Whizz along with Zingy and help collect recycling

 8. Clean and Green. Recycle as you tidy your room.

 7. Energy Flows. Put  objects in the right order to make the energy flow.


 6. 13 Squanderer Street. Turn off the items wasting energy and capture the energy monsters.


 5. Wasted! Stop the rubbish from taking over your life.


 4. Energy - hungry mice. Stop the mice from eating all the renewable energy.


 3. Michael, Michael, Go Recycle! Help Michael pick up all the litter and recycle it.


 2. Sort N Recycle. Sort the rubbish out by dragging it to the correct bins.

 1. The Rubbish Challenge - try to reduce, reuse and recycle against the clock

Print Page

Recycling sticker link