WRAP Cymru - News Archive

Find the latest news from WRAP Cymru.  If you can't find an article or page that has appeared on www.wrapcymru.org.uk, please email Max Harvey.

WRAP Cymru urges Welsh businesses to have their say - 10 March 2011

WRAP Cymru has welcomed the publication of the draft Collections, Infrastructure and Markets Sector Plan by the Welsh Assembly Government today and is urging all businesses to take part in the consultation.

Green support scheme launched for Welsh manufacturers - 8 February 2011

A new support scheme has been launched today to help Welsh manufacturing Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) save money and help the environment by increasing the amount of recycled content in their products, processes and packaging.

£9,000 boost for Llandudno recycling company - November 2010 

Businesses and residents across North Wales could soon benefit from improved recycling services as a Llandudno-based organisation has become the first Welsh company to receive a grant from WRAP Cymru

The Composition of Municipal Solid Waste in Wales - 19 May 2010 

A report, commissioned by WRAP Cymru and funded by the Welsh Assembly Government, is designed to help inform future waste policy and service decisions in Wales

WEEE Schools Initiative - March 2010

Newport schools programme targets games consoles and mobiles

Grocery industry in Wales strengthens commitment to reduce waste - March 2010

To mark the launch of the second phase of the Commitment, Minister for the Environment, Sustainability and Housing, Jane Davidson, and WRAP Cymru’s programme manager, Beth Winkley, visited The Co-operative food store in Roath to see the measures that are being taken in store to cut down on waste