Recycling Resources

We’ve got 13 resources to help your business at each step of the journey. These FREE downloadable resources will help your business at each step of your recycling journey.

  • Email signature

    Signature for use in employee communications

    Image - 515KB
  • A4 recycling posters

    A range of A4 posters to promote recycling in the workplace

    8 files
  • A3 recycling posters

    A range of A3 posters to promote recycling in the workplace

    8 files
  • A5 recycling posters

    A range of A5 posters to promote recycling in the workplace

    8 files
  • Waste Action Plan

    A sample waste action plan template for your business

    Word Document - 18KB
  • Business of Recycling assets

    Resources to help promote recycling in the workplace

    3 files
  • Instructional workplace recycling poster

    Poster explaining how to use the recycling posters within a workplace

    PDF - 2MB
  • Waste Audit template

    A step by step guide detailing how to undertake a Waste audit.

    PDF - 136KB
  • Main procurement stage

    Guidance on undertaking a procurement process

    PDF - 134KB
  • Pre-qualification questionnaire guidance

    Guidance on what to include in pre-qualification

    PDF - 116KB
  • Service Specification - guidance and example clauses

    Guidance and example clauses as to how to develop a service specification

    PDF - 245KB
  • Waste management in buildings Code of practice BS 5906:2005

    Guidance in respect of space requirements for waste generation for NHM and commercial premises.

    PDF - 149KB
  • Business Resource Efficiency Guide - Resource Efficiency for Managers

    WRAP has produced this guide to help health, safety and environment managers; or others with management responsibilities to improve the efficiency of their organisation’s use of resources – e.g. raw materials, water, energy – as a means of improving the performance of their business.

    Good resource efficiency practices are based on the ‘waste hierarchy’ and structured around a system of continual improvement with the aim of saving money and reducing environmental impact. This involves a number of key tasks including assessing current waste and material consumption levels, identifying areas for improvement, setting and implementing actions, and monitoring and reviewing their success.

    Most of a manager’s time is dedicated to delivering the core activities of the organisation and matters such as resource efficiency may seem like an unnecessary distraction. However, managing resources efficiently and reducing waste is an important part of a successful organisation and there are many reasons why a manager should get involved. These are explained in this guide.

    This guide offers practical advice on getting a resource efficiency programme started and suggests some ‘quick wins’ to help.

    PDF - 512KB