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Education and Schools

education and schools

Veolia offer a series of Free Workshops for Primary Schools within the borough of Telford and Wrekin. 

It is so important to teach the next generation about reduce, reuse, recycle and recover. Our Junior Street Champions Programme does just that. We offer workshops on recycling, food waste and compost; alongside school trips to our recycling facilities in Staffordshire. For details on each workshop please view the leaflet below.  If you would like to find out more or to book a workshop please contact Ruth Jones on 07824 545597 or ruth.jones@veolia.com

Schools we are working with so far this year are The Woodlands Primary, Lawley Primary, Grange Park Primary,  St Peter's C of E Edgmond, Old Park Primary, Priorslee Academy and Pre-school, St Peter & St Paul's Catholic School Newport, Newdale Primary and Short Wood Primary. Many of these schools have achieved the accreditation certificate or are on their way to doing so. Last year we also worked with St Matthew's Primary, John Fletcher of Madeley school, Lilleshall Primary and Church Aston Infants.  Please contact us if you are interested in these free educational workshops for your school. For more news of recent activity please click here

Children listen to the Munch and the Funny Tummy story, read by Ruth Jones

Children listen to the Munch and the Funny Tummy story, read by Ruth Jones

Lawley Primary School gain certificate

Lawley Primary School being presented with their Junior Street Champion certificate


 

Junior Street Champions Workshops
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what we do
Veolia are working in partnership with Telford & Wrekin Council to improve recycling rates and offer an excellent service to residents

Your Recycling Service
Your purple top wheelie bin and blue bag

Working with the Community
Veolia works with local groups to help provide information about waste and recycling services.

Composting at Home
Find out how you can start composting at home!

where your recycling goes
All the materials that you place in your purple top bin or your blue bag or box are sent to be recycled into new materials.