Collaborative, sector-wide action for consumer electronics and household appliances
The benefits of extending appliance and electronic product lifetimes
How we're helping companies to explore alternative, cost effective, resource efficient ways of doing business
Assessing the potential of Resource Efficient Business Models in four key sectors
Understanding flows and material losses
Guidance for the repair and re-use of electrical products
Guidance on reducing the environmental impact of electrical products
Guidance for collecting and treating electrical items
Opportunities for re-using and repairing electrical products
Consumer interest in reuse, repair and trade-in of electrical products
Using recycled content in electrical products
Develop and design more sustainable products
Design specifications to promote re-use and repair
What is the optimum lifetime of your product?
This research highlights the potential for brands and retailers to improve their market share by effectively communicating longer...
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Pathfinder projects test pracical solutions in real supply chains to confirm the scale of opportunity and understand barriers to...
The four areas below include information and guidance which can help with waste prevention and re-use.
WRAP is working closely with brands, retailers and manufacturers from industry, as well as local authorities, to develop and design more...
The key to making efficiency savings really work for your company is to draw on the expertise of everyone in your business and your...
PAS 141 applies to any organisation which prepares electrical products for re-use.
WRAP has developed buying guidance for five electrical product categories to help product brand manufacturers and high street retail...
WRAP’s design reviews aimed to help leading electrical retailers and brand manufacturers make their products more durable, repairable...
WRAP's work has shown that there is significant potential to increase product re-use in the UK. In 2006-07 only 13,000 tonnes of...