A green, flat credit card sized piece of recycled polypropylene with three hexagon shaped depressions moulded into the reverse side. These are filled with a bee reviving solution and sealed in place with a sticker that can be pealed back when needed. The Bee Saviour Behaviour card is a bee rescue kit that is easy to carry and contains a sugar solution which can help revive exhausted bees. When needed it can be placed beside the bee, which will then crawl onto the card and feed. The source material is recovered from used DVD cases, collected by the maker, Precious Plastic East, from local charity shops. The company built their machinery to clean, shred and manufacture plastics based on blueprints from Dutch company, One Army, part of the international Precious Plastic global movement (see also AIBDC : 008622 and 008794 for other objects associated with Precious Plastic). The Bee Saviour Behaviour card comes with full instructions for use on the reverse and is accompanied by an information booklet and badge.