Working towards 65% recycling by 2030

 

Communications and behaviour change

 

Innovation and development

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We deliver London wide and borough level communications support under the Recycle for London campaign and tailored London Love Food Hate Waste and Love Your Clothes campaigns.
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We develop expertise within waste authorities to reduce identified skills gaps and enable implementation of progressive solutions through research and best practice.
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We support single and multiple waste authorities to develop and manage their service in order to drive efficiency whilst maximising recycling performance.
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Resource London is the jointly funded support programme for London waste authorities delivered in partnership by the London Waste and Recycling Board and WRAP, the UK’s resource efficiency body.

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LATEST NEWS

Resource London Partnership Board meeting: 31 March 2017

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Date: 31 March 2017 Time: 11.00am Venue: Resource London, 169 Union Street, London SE1 0LL The agenda and papers will be available closer to the date of the meeting.

CLOSED: Tender: Support for the London Borough of Redbridge to consider options for restriction of kerbside residual waste collections

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The London Waste and Recycling Board is seeking to procure, on behalf of Resource London, consultancy services to provide options modelling for restriction of kerbside residual waste in the London…

Registration open for the Cost of Contamination Toolkit webinar

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The Cost of Contamination Toolkit is a free online tool to help local authorities calculate the real cost of contamination in their recycling service. The toolkit will aid boroughs in calculating…

New toolkit launched to help London boroughs calculate the cost contamination in recycling

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We are pleased to announce the launch of our Cost of Contamination Toolkit, a free online tool to help local authorities calculate the real cost of contamination in their recycling….