2-Hour Food Waste
From food waste jewelry, bio-enzyme to compost bucket making, the 2-hour Food Waste Upcycling Workshop is an all-round experience of the food waste upcycling. Put your team in awe of the food waste transformation to encourage more collective actions for a sustainable future.
Talk to us to customize your plans.
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The perks of thinking food waste as resource
A fun and unique
to engage your audience and make a collective impact towards your sustainability goals
by rethinking food waste as a resource and committing to individual actions for a greener planet
Empower underprivileged women
by supporting their role as workshop instructor and increasing their work experience
Every minute is impactful
Learn about food waste and Ways Out's work
Demonstrate the steps of how food waste is transformed into beads that includes mixing and molding
Sand already-made beads, assemble pieces together into a jewelry & furnish the product
Bio-enzyme OR Compost bucket making
Learn how to turn citrus peels into natural cleaners or
how to transform food waste into fertilizer in a bucket
Introduce SDGs & commit to individual actions towards "environmental sustainability"
- either in English or Cantonese
Can be specially-themed*
Pandemic-friendly; can shift online
Can accommodate 15 - 40 participants at your desired space
*social inclusion, gender equality or environmental sustainability
What our partners say
It was my first time joining a virtual working which was new and interesting to me. The virtual workshop did offer an opportunity for the kids to get a first-hand experience of the food waste upcycling while staying safe in the midst of the pandemic.
- Leo, GoodBuy (self-invested project)
Bracelet + Bio-enzyme making with Guardforce's staff & their family
In celebration with the Company's 45th anniversary, the staff brought their families along and joined the bracelet upcycling workshop with an extra session of the Bio-enzyme making, where the kids got a better understanding of how our daily fruit peels could be turned into useful household products, and most importantly, learned about food waste as an environmental issue.