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WR0106: Achieving Household Waste Prevention Through Product Service Systems
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2009, Cost £191,796
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Cranfield
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   C: Increasing Resource
Keywords:  
Consumer, Development of tools - facilitate behaviour change, Economic Research, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Household, Analysis, Indicators, Policy Development, Products and Processes, Services, Social Research, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Techniques & methodolgies for waste management, Understand/enhance pro-environmental behaviour, Waste, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0113: Refillable Packaging Systems
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2006 To 2009, Cost £141,520
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Loughborough
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management
Keywords:  
Consumer Survey, Effective household waste prevention, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Analysis, Manufacturing Efficiency, Market Development and Intervention, Market Transformation, Marketing, Packaging, Producer Responsibility, Products and Processes, Recycling, Social Research, Advances in product design & development, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Production, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Techniques & methodolgies for waste management, Uncover market opportunities outside WRAP's remit, Understand/enhance pro-environmental behaviour, Understanding resource flows, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0115: Characterisation of Mineral Wastes, Resources and Processing Technologies - Integrated Waste Management for the Production of Construction Material
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2007, Cost £260,204
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Mineral Industry Research Organisation (MIRO)
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management
Keywords:  
Aggregates, Database, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Analysis, Industrial, Materials, Process Technology, Recycling, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Waste, Waste Management, Benchmarking
 
 
WR0116: Household Waste Prevention Activity in Dorset
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2010, Cost £281,696
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Dorset County Council
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management
Keywords:  
Composting, Effective household waste prevention, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Household, Analysis, Marketing, Monitoring and evaluation, Performance measurement and benchmarking, Recycling, Social Research, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Techniques & methodolgies for waste management, Understand/enhance pro-environmental behaviour, Understanding resource flows, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Understanding waste composition and trends, Waste, Waste collection and handling systems, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0117: Waste Prevention in Hampshire - Small Changes Big Difference
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2008, Cost £234,500
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Hampshire County Council
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management
Keywords:  
Corporate Issues, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Household, Local and Regional Government, Materials, Monitoring and evaluation, Policy Development, Recycling, Social Research, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Techniques & methodolgies for waste management, Understanding waste composition and trends, Waste, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0204: New technologies to allow beneficial reuse of silt from construction and demolition waste recycling washing plant
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2006 To 2008, Cost £201,742
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   The Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Systems for Resource Recovery
Keywords:  
incl. processing and reprocessing, Aggregates, Carbon Dioxide, Civil Engineering, Cleaning Systems, Database, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Analysis, Analytical Chemistry, Materials Science, Policy Development, Process Technology, Processes, Recycling, Sorting systems, Systems for Resource Recovery, Understanding waste composition and trends, Waste, Waste Management
 
 
WR0205: Integrated Systems for Practical Recovery on Non-MSW Waste Streams
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2007, Cost £183,548
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Southampton
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Systems for Resource Recovery
Keywords:  
incl. processing and reprocessing, Database, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Analysis, Industrial, Marketing, Materials, Policy Development, Recycling, Sorting systems, Systems for Resource Recovery, Understanding waste composition and trends, Waste, Waste Management
 
 
WR0401: New Approach to Fly Ash Processing and Applications to Minimise Wastage to Landfill
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2006 To 2008, Cost £284,467
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Dundee
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Market Development and Intervention
Keywords:  
Carbon Dioxide, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Energy, Environmental Protection, Greenhouse Effect, Industrial, Manufacturing Efficiency, Market Development and Intervention, Materials, Materials Science, Natural Resource Use, Products and Processes, Residual Wastes Management, Advances in product design & development, Systems for Resource Recovery, Technology, Uncover market opportunities outside WRAP's remit, Waste, Waste Management
 
 
WR0504: Establishing the Behaviour Change Evidence Base to Inform Community-Based Waste Prevention and Recycling
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2006 To 2006, Cost £102,650
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Brook Lyndhurst
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Social Dimension
Keywords:  
Communities, Database, Development of tools - facilitate behaviour change, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Impact, Marketing, Processes, Recycling, Social Dimension, Social Research, Understand/enhance pro-environmental behaviour, Waste, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0701: HMCE Landfill Tax Model Update
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2005, Cost £3,403
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Metroeconomica Ltd (UK)
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Economics
Keywords:  
Database, Economics, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Forecasting, Analysis, Modelling, Modelling/Projections, Understanding resource flows, Understanding the true cost of waste management, Understanding waste composition and trends, Waste, Waste collection and handling systems, Waste Management
 
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