10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Single use plastic and its impact on the environment is a rapidly growing issue, with exported recycling waste being turned away and floating islands of plastic rubbish developing in our oceans.
Join us on 14th April to discover how to turn single-use plastic into new materials and create new ‘bioplastics’ using household food waste.
This workshop is one of 2 sustainability-focused workshops at KWMC The Factory this April in which you can:
Discover the impact of common household waste materials
Find out how much you waste and what you can do to reduce this
Explore how to make DIY alternatives
These free workshops are suitable for ages 7+ but under 16s must be supervised by an adult
This workshop is part of ReThink, ReMake, ReCycle – Sustainability Month at KWMC: The Factory. The wider programme includes workshops, talks and hands-on sessions exploring how we can reduce our impact on the environment and make beautiful, useful things.Book