What support and/or training is available to local authorities?
You can view the support available for local authorities at http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/local-authority-11-advisory-support
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is now responsible for delivering a 'local authorities training programme', including the Recycling Managers training course. Please contact Angus Glover for further details at email@example.com or visit the UCLan website.
Are WRAP providing support to the public sector to help them reduce their waste?
WRAP is no longer providing direct support to the public sector although there are resources available on the WRAP website which may be of assistance.
Do WRAP provide training on sustainable procurement?
WRAP delivered the National Sustainable Public Procurement Programme (NSPPP) on behalf of Defra. The materials can be found at http://sd.defra.gov.uk/advice/public/nsppp/. WRAP have developed free to use e-learning modules based on the NSPPP, these can be found at http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/sustainable-procurement-e-learning-modules
WRAP does not provide training to organisations on sustainable procurement.
What procurement guidance do WRAP provide?
WRAP provide a range of resources and guidance to help you procure more sustainably. The guidance is available at http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/sustainable-procurement.
What is WRAP's involvement in EPOW?
WRAP delivered a number of programmes in collaboration with the Environment Agency as part of the European Pathway to Zero Waste programme, which is now complete. For more information, visit http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/wrap-and-european-pathway-zero-waste
Where can I find information on mobile asset management planning?
All WRAP's information on mobile asset management planning can be found at www.wrap.org.uk/mamp
Where can I find information on sustainable procurement?
All WRAP's information on sustainable procurement can be found at www.wrap.org.uk/procurement
Is WRAP providing procurement support to public sector organisations?
WRAP is no longer offering support to public sector organisations. The outputs and resources from previous projects can be found on the WRAP website.