KESAB delivers a range of programs developed by our experienced educators to reduce waste, improve recycling, promote re-use of materials and embrace sustainability principles.
A state-wide program funded by Zero Waste SA and delivered by KESAB that assists sites from child care and pre-school to Year 12, to reduce waste to landfill in a whole of school community approach.
Support for early learning centres, schools, TAFEs and Universities that are interested in exploring sustainability in their learning programs and management practices.
A ‘learning through action’ resource for teachers and primary years students (years 4 to 7) developed by KESAB in partnership with the Wrigley Company. It focuses on addressing litter issues in schools and implementing strategies that encourage litter reduction and prevention.
A volunteer community-based program run in partnership with the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. Road Watch is a flexible, free volunteer program for schools, community groups and businesses.
A recognition and information sharing program for rural/regional schools, councils, communities and businesses. Environmental sustainability, heritage and well-being are just some of the categories in the program.