Narrator: Mr Bull, the bin man, is collecting the rubbish.

Narrator: It is early morning, so Mr Bull tries to be as quiet as he can.

Narrator: But Mr Bull is not very good at being quiet.

Narrator: Peppa and George are finishing their breakfast.

Peppa Pig: What’s that noise?

Daddy Pig: It’s Mr Bull, the bin man.

Daddy Pig and Peppa Pig: Hello, Mr Bull.

Mr Bull: Hello, everyone. Must be off. Lots of rubbish to collect.

Daddy Pig and Peppa Pig: Bye.

Mr Bull: Bye.

Daddy Pig: Mr Bull has emptied the rubbish bin for us.

Mummy Pig: Good. Let’s clear up the breakfast things.

Peppa Pig: Can we help, Mummy?

Mummy Pig: Yes, you can.

Peppa Pig: Let’s throw this empty bottle in the bin.

Mummy Pig: Peppa, stop.

Peppa Pig: What?

Mummy Pig: We don’t put bottles in the rubbish bin. They can be recycled.

Peppa Pig: What does that mean?

Daddy Pig: All the things we can’t use again we put in the rubbish bin for Mr Bull.

Mummy Pig: But all the things that can be used again are put in these recycle boxes.

Daddy Pig: The red one is for newspapers, the blue one is for tin cans, and the green one is for bottles.

Mummy Pig: Peppa, you have a bottle. So which box does it go in?

Peppa Pig: Um, the green one.

Mummy Pig: Yes.

Peppa Pig: This is fun.

Mummy Pig: Now, it’s George’s turn. Can you find a newspaper for the red box?

Narrator: George wants to recycle Daddy Pig’s newspaper.

Daddy Pig: I haven’t finished with my newspaper just yet, George. You can have it in a minute.

Daddy Pig: Oh, all right. Here you are, George.

Mummy Pig: Newspapers go in the red box, George.

Mummy Pig: Now that we have collected enough things, we can go to the recycle centre.

Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Let’s go!

Narrator: Mummy Pig has the bottles, Peppa has the tin cans, and George has the newspapers.

Daddy Pig: Is everybody ready?

Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig and George: Yes, Daddy Pig.

Daddy Pig: Then let’s go.

Peppa Pig: Recycle, recycle, we’re going to recycle. Tin cans, bottles, newspapers. Recycle, recycle, we’re going to recycle.

Narrator: This is Miss Rabbit’s recycle centre.

Daddy Pig: We’re here.

Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Hurrah!

Miss Rabbit: Hello there!

Peppa Pig: Hello, Miss Rabbit.

Miss Rabbit: Have you come to do some recycling?

Daddy Pig: Yes, we have.

Miss Rabbit: Jolly good. Carry on.

Peppa Pig: What’s Miss Rabbit doing?

Daddy Pig: She’s recycling all the rusty old cars.

Peppa Pig: Wow.

Mummy Pig: Who can tell me which bin the bottles go in?

Peppa Pig: The green one.

Daddy Pig: That’s right.

Peppa Pig: And the cans go in the blue one.

Mummy Pig: Well done, Peppa.

Narrator: George wants to recycle the newspapers.

Daddy Pig: OK, George, you can do the newspapers.

Daddy Pig: There. That’s enough recycling for one day.

Mummy Pig: Yes, let’s go home.

Peppa Pig: Oh, where’s our car gone?

Narrator: Peppa’s car has disappeared.

Miss Rabbit: Stand back.

Narrator: Miss Rabbit is recycling Peppa’s car.

Peppa Pig: Stop! That’s our car.

Miss Rabbit: What? Is it really?

Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Yes.

Peppa Pig: Our car isn’t old and rusty.

Miss Rabbit: Silly me. I just love recycling.

Peppa Pig: Yes, so do we. But we also love our little car.

Daddy Pig: Yes, and our little car loves us too, don’t you?