A guide about batteries which are becoming an increasingly common power source for a wide range of appliances for both domestic and institutional appliance use.
Video from University of Manchester showing what happens to the office paper recycled at the University.
EAUC Member responses which provide guidance on building a case for recruiting a Waste Assistant.
Responses from EAUC Members on how to improve campus bike security and the policies and procedures that can help create a strategy for abandoned bikes.
EAUC Member responses about how cardboard can be managed on site using balers.
Responses from EAUC Members about the processes that need to be adhered to in order for abandoned bikes can be removed so they can be recycled or refurbished
A case study from WRAP on the use of recycled paper at the University of Gloucestershire.
The University of St Andrews implemented a compulsory in-house recycling scheme for staff and students. Working closely with the local authority they undertook a rationalisation...
A case study from City and Islington College, which donates its old computers to developing countries via the charity Computer Aid.
A spreadsheet from the Furniture Reuse Network with average weights of furniture, household and larger appliances, useful in estimating the weight saved from sending to landfill.
A case study looking at City College Norwich who in December 2009 launched a five-year Strategy which contained an objective of developing 21st century environments that are...
EAUC Member responses about whether recycled paper jams printers. This lead to lots of member discussions.
Salix has worked with 725 clients across the public sector, including local authorities, central government, schools, universities and colleges and NHS trusts.
Examples of some recycling quizzes to use for staff and student engagement.
A webpage link to Defra's policy on reducing and managing waste.
An update to the 2006 WRAP report "Environmental Benefits of Recycling".
EAUC Member responses with helpful ways to tackle recycling in Halls of Residence.
Recycling is common practice across the UK with Local Authorities achieving up to 30 and 40 % recycling. People have adopted recycling behaviour at home and expect to be able to...