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NYC School Recycling Videos

P.S. 30 Staten Island’s Assistant Principal on the benefits of a student Green Team. Watch video.

P.S. 22 Staten Island students offer fun recycling tips. Watch video.

P.S. 22 Staten Island students offer their thoughts and original poetry on recycling. Watch video.


Green Grades: NYC Schools Recycle, features M.S. 88 Brooklyn, P.S. 57 Staten Island, and leaders from City agencies. Watch video.

NY1 news segment on how paper is collected and recycled in NYC, featuring Pratt Industries' recycling facility and box factory located on Staten Island. Watch video.

Fun time-lapse video from the NYC Department of Sanitation of paper being collected and recycled at Pratt Industries. Watch video.

Be Cool, Recycle in School. Filmed at an M.S. 113 classroom in Brooklyn, this fun music video will set the right tone for your students to recycle. Watch video.

Green is the Word. Great for students and staff to watch how schools across NYC are building successful recycling programs. Get ideas for your Green Team and see outreach activities for students. Directed by NYC parent, Pamela French. Watch video.

Recycling Made Simple. These 30 and 60 second videos produced by GrowNYCs Office of Recycling Outreach and Education are great for showing your class or auditorium assembly what's recyclable in NYC schools and at home. Watch video.

Pratt Industries on The Works. Seeing is believing. This fantastic 8 minute video from The History Channel visits NYC's paper recycler, Pratt Industries on Staten Island, to show how they recycle NYC paper. Watch video.

R to the E to the Cycle. A recycling anthem for NYC schools, written and performed by former Queens high school student CJ Joseph. This catchy jam will have all of your students singing along while learning the right way to recycle in NYC. Watch video.

Recycling and Waste Videos and Films

Bag It: The Movie. What starts as a film about plastic bags evolves into a extensive investigation into plastic and its effect on our waterways, oceans, and even our bodies. This documentary comes with materials for educators, including lesson plans, and service projects for students. Watch video.

Garbage: the Revolution Starts at Home. An average urban family keeps every scrap of garbage they create for three months. He then takes them on a journey to find out where it all goes and what it's doing to the world. Watch video.

The Story of Stuff. These groundbreaking, 20-minute films, use animation and a human narrator to take viewers on a provocative and eye-opening tour of the real costs of our consumer driven culture. Watch video.

Waste Land. Rent or buy this award winning documentary for your class or school assembly. Brooklyn based artist, Vik Muniz, returns to his native Brazil and the world's largest landfill, to tell the remarkable story of those who make their living picking recyclables from the landfill. Watch video.