Every Friday they visit FabCity, the kids of the adjacent primary school De Kleine Kapitein. And they don’t come empty handed: they bring bags full of plastic, to drop at the Pretty Plastic Plant. Every week it’s a different group of children, not being able to contain their eagerness when stuffing the waste plastic into the collecting containers, after which they can have a look at the Plastic Expo to see what their waste can be turned into. They’re not just watching and listening, but also thinking and coming up with bright ideas for the FabCity participants and their own future.
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