Posts From 2013

Investment backs unique Welsh start-up 

Community Wellbeing Coaches, Rhondda Cynon Taff
A start-up enterprise has generated an estimated £1 million in savings for the public purse and created 20 new jobs after launching the concept of community coaching in Wales.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  26/11/2013
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South West Wales Waste Partnership 

To raise awareness of the need for alternative food and residual waste treatment facilities in the South West Wales region. The hub (which currently includes Swansea, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Neath Port-Talbot and Bridgend) has developed a... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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Prosiect Gwyrdd 

Prosiect Gwyrdd
As part of its work to raise public awareness of the need for alternative waste treatment technologies, Prosiect Gwyrdd held a series of community drop in sessions and roadshows to give the public the opportunity to learn more about Prosiect Gwyrdd, ... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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Drop in sessions. March 2013 

North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Partnership
The purpose of the community engagement grant was to develop and deliver community engagement communication activities to keep members of the public informed as to the nature and progress of the North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP)... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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‘BE ON TARGET’ 

Neath Port Talbot CBC Comunications Grant Case Study

The project involved the design and distribution of a bi-lingual (English/Welsh) recycling leaflet
to all households in the County Borough (approximately 64,000 properties). The delivery was
co-ordinated with local radio promotions and articles in the local press advising residents of
the need to recycle more waste.
The main aim of the project was to increase participation in the Council’s kerbside recycling
service by raising awareness of statutory recycling targets and to explain the possibility of the
Council receiving financial penalties for missing the targets.

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 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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Organics Project 

Heads of the Valleys Waste Programme
As part of its work to raise both public, local member and officer awareness of the need for alternative food waste treatment technologies, HoV Organics Project will be holding a number of sessions in order to ensure that all parties are able to... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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Food waste recycling leaflets for the Central Wales area 

The project was to promote food waste recycling to all households living across Central Wales (Powys and Ceredigion), to assist in reaching the statutory recycling targets set by the Welsh Government.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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St Thomas Project Extension 2013 

City & County of Swansea
Targeted recycling promotion based on St Thomas Project 2012 principles 2. What we were seeking to achieve (management approach) To increase food waste and general recycling participation through specific targeting of nonparticipating households and ... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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Cardiff Organic Waste Treatment Project 

This is a project, run as a partnership “hub” for the treatment of food and green/garden waste over 15 years, comprising both Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan Councils. The key objective is to harness effective community engagement processes to ensure... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  01/11/2013
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