Guidance for the procurement process to help construction clients and contractors achieve good practice.
The model wording covers waste reduction, waste recovery and greater use of recovered materials at all stages of a project: policy, preparation & design, pre-construction & construction, use and post-completion.
In consultation with industry and practitioners, WRAP has developed guidance and model clauses to help clients and developers ask forWater and Carbon efficient buildings when procuring design, construction and facilities management services.
Using procurement requirements to reduce waste to landfill
Construction Procurement Guidance explains how to use procurement to help deliver your corporate targets to reduce construction waste to landfill. The guidance includes a full set of model wording for clients and principal contractors.
Schools procurement Detailed guidance designed to help set targets and requirements in the procurement of schools construction projects.
Setting a requirement for waste minimisation and management An overview of the business case for construction clients and developers to adopt good practice waste minimisation and management on their construction projects. It explains why good practice is important, how it is delivered and the crucial role that clients can play in its delivery.
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