Resources

Tool
14 January 2021

WRAP Cymru has developed this user-friendly Circular Economy Plastics Mapping Tool for Wales – a useful resource for Welsh plastics manufacturers and reprocessors.

It provides an interactive, visual representation of the extent of Wales’ plastics sector, plotting business locations and helping to identify where there are clusters.

Initiatives:
  • Plastic Packaging
  • Circular Economy Fund
  • Recycled content in manufacturing
Sector:
  • Manufacturers
  • Organisations extending the life-time of products
Guide
16 October 2020

It is essential that you read this document carefully as it will help you to make a successful grant application.

Initiatives:
  • Circular Economy Fund
Sector:
  • Manufacturers
  • Organisations extending the life-time of products
Guide
1 September 2020

This document is aimed at procurement teams, senior management, procurement services, facilities and operational management, elected members and waste teams within national and local government, health, education, emergency services and other public sector bodies. It provides basic information that public bodies in Wales can draw upon and use to tackle the environmental impact of plastic.

Initiatives:
  • Public Sector Procurement Support
Sector:
  • Public sector
Tool
29 July 2020

Welsh Government and WRAP Cymru realise that many organisations are facing significant challenges resulting from COVID-19. In response, we have implemented changes to the £6.5million Circular Economy Fund, which are designed to support even more organisations and more quickly.

Initiatives:
  • Circular Economy Fund
Sector:
  • Manufacturers
  • Organisations extending the life-time of products
Case study
17 July 2020

Please note that WRAP Cymru is no longer offering valorisation support; however, our case studies, reports and tools remain available for use.

Initiatives:
  • Food and drink
  • Valorisation
Report
17 July 2020

Please note that WRAP Cymru is no longer offering valorisation support; however, our case studies, reports and tools remain available for use.

Initiatives:
  • Food and drink
  • Valorisation
Tool
17 July 2020

Please note that WRAP Cymru is no longer offering valorisation support; however, our case studies, reports and tools remain available for use.

Initiatives:
  • Food and drink
  • Valorisation
Sector:
  • Manufacturers
Guide
29 June 2020

It is essential that you read this document carefully as it will help you to make a successful grant application.

Initiatives:
  • Circular Economy Fund
Sector:
  • Manufacturers
  • Organisations extending the life-time of products
Case study
18 June 2020

Summary

Environmental impacts are increasingly important in procuring school milk services and must be considered alongside the contract cost and other procurement criteria.

Initiatives:
  • Public Sector Procurement Support
Sector:
  • Public sector
Report
24 January 2020

This study was conducted to provide Welsh Government and WRAP Cymru up-to-date data on the composition of mixed residual commercial and industrial (C&I) waste in Wales. The main objective was to estimate the proportion of the residual waste produced in Wales which could be avoided through recycling or composting.

Initiatives:
  • Collections & recycling
Sector:
  • Local Authorities
  • Public sector
Case study
23 August 2019

The research summarised in this case study was borne from the desire by several schools in Pembrokeshire to move from plastic to alternative materials for the dispensing of milk to primary school children on a daily basis.

Initiatives:
  • Public Sector Procurement Support
Sector:
  • Public sector
Guide
30 May 2019

Listed in this document are the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the WRAP Cymru Circular Economy Fund – Small Scale Grant Programme.  If you have any questions specific to the fund that are not answered in this document or answered in the Small Scale Guidance Document, you can email us at CEFWales@wrap.org.uk

Initiatives:
  • Circular Economy Fund
Sector:
  • Manufacturers
  • Organisations extending the life-time of products