Practise your recycling skills with Lucas Moura and when you're done, show off on social media tagging @planetsuperleague and #nomouralandfill.
What difference does it make?
More than half of our packaging still ends up in landfill sites - what a waste! Let's get it recycled and put to good use.
What do you need?
- Separate bins
- Optional: sharp football skills
Step by step
Gear up at home with separate bins for glass, paper and plastic If you're a real hot shot, then how about one for kitchen waste?
Ok. First get your head in the right place. Calm. Concentration. There are 50,000 people watching you. Breathe deeply.
Select the waste item. Crunch it up. This is where those years of practice really count. Focus on the goal. Focus. Focus.
Final deep breath. Go go go!!! Get in. Apple core? Top bins of the kitchen waste tub. Bit of cardboard? Neat chip over the goalie and into the paper and card bin.
Share your trick videos tagging us on social media, @planetsuperleague, with the #NoMouralandfill Hashtag. If your Instagram profile is set to private, we won’t be able to see your story, so please direct message the video to us on Instagram instead.
We'd love to see your skills! Try and send it directly to Coach Vlad on Whatsapp or alternatively send a picture of one of your team member in action!
NO! It's too dangerous. Keep it safe and dispose of it normally in the designated bin. Sometimes the simplest safe pass can be the most effective.
If you have a garden or your friends do, then you could collect it for composting. Make sure you don't put any meat or dairy waste in it, though. And - tell the council they should up their game.
There's a technique to this one... what about crumpling up the plastic waste and then putting it inside a little plastic bag? Da-daaaa!
Yes.. quite a few. Here's one.