Valorisation Resources

We have developed an extensive suite of free resources for businesses interested in benefiting from valorisation – the process of adding value to unavoidable food and drink wastes and by-products.

Irrespective of what stage you’re at, we have resources to help.  For example, if you’re simply looking to find out more about valorisation then there are numerous presentations and reports available, as well as several sector-specific webinar recordings for you to watch.  However, if you’re ready to take action then there are useful tools to assist you with this, including a Business Case Toolkit to support informed decision-making.

To gain free access to the full suite of resources, please complete the form below.  You will then be taken straight to our resources page.

PLEASE NOTE: Once on the resources page, we advise that you bookmark it in your browser to enable you to return directly to it in the future, without having to re-enter your details.

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Your Information

The information you provide here will only be used by WRAP. It will never be supplied to third parties without first obtaining your consent, unless we are obliged by law to disclose information. Please see our privacy policy (http://wrapcymru.org.uk/content/privacy-policy) for further details. WRAP will only use the information you provide via this form for internal reporting purposes in order to measure uptake of the resources; it will be retained for a period of six years and deleted thereafter, or it can be deleted at your request by e-mailing addingvalue@wrap.org.uk, whichever occurs sooner.

Your information will not be used to contact you unless you agree to this below.

Keeping you informed by e-mail

Please tick if you would like WRAP to inform you when new or enhanced resources are made available, and to keep you periodically up-to-date regarding our wider valorisation work, including upcoming events. We may also e-mail you to seek user feedback to assist us in making future improvements to the tools. This would be entirely optional.