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Each Trick or Trash™ box helps keep hundreds of candy wrappers out of landfills. The perfect complement to the box, our Trick or Trash™ education curriculum inspires lifelong commitments to fostering a circular economy and a more sustainable world.

In partnership with National Wildlife Federation

Upcoming webinars

  • Oct 14

    Trick or Trash™ 101 for students

    Friday, 1PM ET

    Tune in for this educational session on the topic of “What comes around goes around: An introduction to the circular economy”. Led by the Rubicon sustainability team, this webinar was developed for middle and high school-level students.

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  • Ongoing

    Interested in more educational content from the Rubicon team of sustainability experts?

    Tune in to our webinar series created in collaboration with the National Wildlife Federation ‘Campus Race to Zero Waste’ Competition. These webinars are developed for college and university students and staff.

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Past webinars

September 15, 2022

Fostering circular economy participation through education (Greenbiz)

Watch (1:01:08)

Videos

Middle and high school level

Recycling success story: A day in the life of a pizza parlor recycling bin

Watch (06:18)

Middle and high school level

What comes around should go around: An introduction to the circular economy

Watch (11:15)

Middle and high school level

What is a materials recovery facility (MRF) and what is its role in the circular economy?

Watch (04:34)

Middle and high school level

A better future for food waste: An introduction to organics recycling

Watch (02:01)

Middle and high school level

A better future for food waste: Solutions for food scrap recycling

Watch (04:25)

Middle and high school level

Plastics, plastics everywhere: The unique challenges (and opportunities) for recycling plastic

Watch (04:58)

Middle and high school level

Every little bit helps: Ideas for inspiring your community to recycle

Watch (03:52)

Lesson plans

Partnership with National Wildlife Federation

Known for their award-winning Ranger Rick magazines, the National Wildlife Federation has been inspiring young people to love and protect our nation’s diverse wildlife and ecosystems for generations.

America’s largest and most trusted conservation organization works to unite Americans in giving wildlife a voice and advocating for the conservation values that are woven into the fabric of our nation’s collective heritage. We are honored to call the National Wildlife Federation the official education partner of Trick or Trash™.