12 results for Re-use and Recycling

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In 2015, WRAP Cymru commissioned a piece of work analysing the composition of Wales’ municipal waste; the results were published...

ReportsSummary: Developing a methodology for assessment of non-obligated WEEE recycling in the UK.Full report: Evidence of Large...

WRAP carried out a detailed study of the potential re-use value of unwanted Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)...

This report sets out the methodology for data collection and interim findings of WRAP's study into non-obligated WEEE recycled in...

WRAP commissioned Axion Recycling Ltd. to conduct a kerbside collection trial to assess the potential of this method in separately...

In 2011 a model was developed to enable collection, treatment and reprocessing businesses to understand the flow of Electrical and...

The aim of this project was to trial and assess some of the most promising separation techniques that emerged since WEEE materials...

This report demonstrates the economic benefits of different techniques for the recovery of printed circuit boards (PCBs).

In these two reports, WRAP research explores the possible opportunity to recycle and recover materials from flat panel displays, as well...

A model has been developed to enable collection, treatment and reprocessing businesses to understand the flow of Electrical and...