Garbage Into Gold profiles a new breed of environmental entrepreneurs.
Among these innovators are students who organize recycling drives that earn $40,000 a year, a barber who makes "FertHairlizer," a business that rescues items from the dump and sells them as "urban ore," a soil company that composts food and yard waste, a plastic recycler, and a retailer of recycled consumer products.
An inspiring film for student or community recycling programs.Preview link available upon request. Contact support@videoproject for more information
"Our students were impressed and amazed with new concepts in recycling."— Paulette Gates, California R-1 School
"Very nicely done...We have a school recycling program. This program validated their work!"— Carla Derrick, Media Specialist, Clark County Schools, MO
"Recommended. The examples in this video emphasize the economic viability of recycling and the almost spiritual pursuit of these innovative alternatives. Its real-life models of environmentally-friendly initiatives are conveyed with excitement and encouragement." — Video Librarian
"True to its message, this video should be used over and over again."— The Science Teacher