Discover construction products and materials containing recycled content. Specifying products with higher recycled content is a simple and cost-effective way to meet your...
Legal update for EAUC Members (March 2014) which includes waste regulations in Scotland, waste carrier registrations, phase 2 of the CRC, EDOC, COMAH and animal by-product...
Legal update for EAUC Members (June 2014) which includes carrier bag charges in Scotland, waste transfer notes, REACH, landfill taxes, CRC reporting window and more.
A link to WRAP's dedicated construction webpages which contain lots of information to help you with key areas including resource efficiency.
Legal update for EAUC Members (July 2012) which outlines the Controlled Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2012
Since its launch in 2014 the Working on Waste campaign has engaged with nearly 2 million people nationwide, raising employee awareness of household food waste and sharing tips...
The University of Manchester catering service strives to offer healthy, sustainable catering that is produced, processed and traded in ways that; contribute to the local...
A presentation from the EAUC annual conference 2014 from SITA UK, with guidance on planning your organisation's journey to a circular economy with regards to waste.
The University of Strathclyde have developed a highly segregated system for collecting food waste, paper, plastic packaging, metals and foils, and glass
Daniel O'Connor discusses a study into waste practices and costs across tertiary education sector and highlights areas which will help you improve recycling and reduce costs.
Legal update for EAUC Members (March 2013) which includes waste carriers, CRC league published and an mendment to the climate change levy.
University of Manchester's latest video showing how they recycle cardboard at the University.
On Course for Zero Waste is a free online training course for English and Welsh small and medium-sized enterprises/organisations (SMEs). The course has been designed to give you...
WRAP provides an online tool with advice and information for businesses in the hospitality and foodservice sectors, including actions and processes that can prevent food and...
The Hospitality and Food Service Agreement is a voluntary agreement funded by all four nation’s governments to support the sector in reducing waste and recycling more
WRAP provides online resource efficiency tools. The information you need to make savings for your business are quickly and easily available through WRAP. This includes case...
Throwing food away costs much more than just the waste disposal bill; there is the cost of the food itself, the fuel used to cook it and the wages paid to staff to prepare it...
Legal update for EAUC Members (December 2013) which includes Site Waste Management Plans Regulations, Consultation on the CRC, Scotland prepares for new Waste Regulations,...
Job description for the Recycling and Waste Minimisation Officer, University of Edinburgh
Legal update for EAUC Members (September 2013) which includes Climate Change Levy CHP, updates to guidance on Hazardous Waste Management, updated pollution prevention guidance,...
EAUC Member responses about whether power leads, video and ethernet cables should be considered WEEE.
EAUC Member responses from a question about experiences of managing halls waste and communicating instructions to students, including international students.
A case study from Liverpool John Moores about how Ricoh has transformed its document and print management services.
A report from NUS and SITA UK aiming to improve our understanding of student attitudes and behaviours to waste and recycling, what motivates them and what barriers they are...
A report which demonstrates the total carbon emissions from the EAUC Annual Conference 2013 including emissions from energy, water, waste, accommodation, and travel.
Summary and resources from the joint procurement and waste topic support network Monday 22 April 2013, hosted by University of Edinburgh There was a great buzz about the...
Wrap have launched a series of sustainable procurement e-learning modules which are free to use by registering.
EAUC Member responses about schemes to reuse and recycle material left by students who move out of halls at the end of the academic year.
EAUC Member responses which provides a comparison of food waste processing in the sector.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight find out about the great work that Oxfam Collect do in working with others to overcome poverty and suffering.
A two page document about seafood - one of the 14 key commodity/service areas chosen to cover the main areas of procurement relevant to poverty issues.
A two page document about fruit - one of the 14 key commodity/service areas chosen to cover the main areas of procurement relevant to poverty issues.
This reuse implementation guide has been compiled as part of the HEFCE funded project “Moving Towards Zero-Waste”. The aim of the project was to work with HEIs in...
A range of CaSPRr case studies covering energy, construction, waste, EMS and strategy.
A range of case studies from CaSPr covering energy, construction, waste, EMS and strategy.
Making biodiesel from waste vegetable oil is an increasingly popular way to reduce fuel bills and cut carbon emissions
Three links to useful website that can help anyone looking to start composting.
An EAUC Insight Guide on the Hazardous Waste Directive 2005 (England & Wales).
EAUC Member responses about the use of food waste bins for restaurants.
The University Campus Milton Keynes' Waste Management Policy and Procedures.
Exploration session from EAUC 2011 Conference of the Love Food, Haste Waste campaign and how it works in communities and has engaged the FHE sector
The elephant in the room: measuring carbon emissions from procurement, travel, waste & water
Durham University’s Procurement Service and Catering Department have worked in unison to provide a range of services to its 10 fully catered colleges and other catering...
A presentation from the 2012 Conference which explores how staff within and between institutions can work together to deliver cost savings, as well as positive environmental and...
Legal update for EAUC Members (August 2011) about the new 2011 waste legislation.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight see how City College Norwich segregates waste on site, in an unconventional, significant cost saving way.
An insight guide which is offered free to EAUC Members to help you to create and manage your own sustainable events.
This note has been compiled by the Energy and Environmental Management Unit (EEMU) to outline legislation relating to Duty of Care, at the University of Bristol.
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.
An EAUC guide on waste including a case study from Edinburgh College of Art