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 Green Industries 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.
Green Adelaide Education officers support early learning centres, schools, TAFEs and Universities to embed sustainability principles into their learning and management practices, linking them to the Australian Curriculum or Early Years Learning Framework.
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 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.
A volunteer community-based program run in partnership with the Department for Infrastructure and Transport. Road Watch is a flexible, free volunteer program for schools, community groups and businesses.
An experienced KESAB educator can visit your site to assess the effectiveness of your current bin and waste systems. They will provide advice and suggestions to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill.