The newly build Constantia Waldorf School Recycling Center is setting a trend for the of recycling. This is a vision driven by a parent of a student attending the school. Unsorted recyclable goods can be dropped off at the school recycling center where it is then sorted into various piles for collection.
The profits generated form the centre will be used to compensate the friendly helper who sorts the recyclable goods and to pay for further eco-sustainability systems.
The Recycling centre accepts all the usual recyclable matter including batteries, light bulbs, bread bag clips and e-waste.
As an educational and eco-sustainability tool the recycling center harvests its rainwater that falls on the roof of the brown box collection room and stores the rainwater in a water tank. The rainwater will be used for rinsing, garden irrigation and making sure sorters are able to walk away with clean hands.