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WRAP today launches a series of sustainable procurement e-learning modules developed as part of its work for EPOW (European Pathway to Zero Waste), supported by Defra. The innovative modules form part of Defra’s NSPP training programme and are designed to help practitioners realise the cost savings associated with implementing more sustainable practices when procuring goods and services, as well as meeting their Greening Government Commitments.
The Co-operative Group, Nestle and Sainsbury’s are going to test ways to improve the environmental performance of some of their products, following new ground breaking research published today from the Product Sustainability Forum* (PSF).
A new report published today highlights that changes in consumer attitudes and behaviours around packaging could help reduce household food waste.
Today sees the launch of “Zero waste events: a 2020 vision”, a new event industry roadmap initiative with the goal of no waste being sent to landfill from UK events by the end of the decade.
Today WRAP has launched new free communications materials including posters, leaflets and web banners, which can help to unlock the financial and social benefits of increased re-use levels.
A Valentine’s Day feast-with-a-difference is taking place on Thursday in Shoreditch – and top of the menu is food which would otherwise have been thrown away.
A new approach to delivering training for local authority, social enterprise and private business recycling managers is being introduced this Spring by WRAP.
Today, resource efficiency experts WRAP publish a new report that highlights innovative new business models for the clothing sector, which will help deliver the circular economy.
A campaign that aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste is on the hunt for volunteers to help Londoners save money by wasting less food.
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