Collections

A list of the collections of resources available. Collections are key resources grouped by campaign, type of resource, or theme.

Unusual Suspects - Metal and Glass

The Unusual Suspects artwork is an extension of the Good to Know campaign but displays a range of metal and glass items that are often overlooked for recycling.  The themed resources in this collection can be edited to add/remove items to ensure they reflect the materials collected in your local collection scheme. 

If you are a London Borough please do not use these versions. London specific versions will be available shortly.

Recycle for London - Unusual Suspects - Paper and Card

The Unusual Suspects artwork is an extension of the Good to Know campaign but displays a range of paper and cardboard items that are often overlooked for recycling.  The themed resources in this collection can be edited to add/remove items to ensure they reflect the materials collected in your local collection scheme. These resources are for use in London - they differ slightly from the resources for Recycle Now.

Food Waste Collections

These resources have been refreshed to reflect Recycle Now's 'Good to Know' campaign and can be used on their own to support an existing food waste collection service to raise awareness of and increase participation in that service. They can also be used alongside Recycle Now’s existing ‘Introductory’ and ‘Instructional’ food recycling leaflets for local authorities rolling out new food recycling collections. 

**Please remember to use the user guides in this collection when planning to use the Recycle Now food recycling campaign materials. They give details and guidance on how you can localise the resources to your area**

Local Benefit Posters

The Local Benefit resources are part of the Good to Know campaign. They are editable and are provided with a Local Benefit Calculation Table to allow for the customisation of messages for your local area.

Unusual Suspects - all items

The Unusual Suspects artwork is an extension of the Good to Know campaign but displays a range of different items that are often overlooked for recycling.  The themed resources in this collection can be used in local campaigns where there is a need to focus on multi-materials. They can be edited to add/remove items to ensure they reflect the materials collected in your local collection scheme. Subsequent collections of Unusual Suspects artwork will be available for targeted communications about Plastics, Paper & Card and Metal & Glass.

Recycle Now Good to Know campaign

Following consumer research and testing Recycle Now has produced a suite of new downloadable and adaptable communication templates for all partners to use when engaging with people on recycling. The new resources feature leaflets, posters, vehicle livery and much more, using CGI imagery to illustrate the specific items that can be recycled from the home. All templates have space for partners' logos and contact details and, where appropriate, they are adaptable to reflect the materials collected in particular areas.

Unusual Suspects - Plastics

The Unusual Suspects artwork is an extension of the Good to Know campaign but displays a range of plastic items that are often overlooked for recycling.  The themed resources in this collection can be edited to add/remove items to ensure they reflect the materials collected in your local collection scheme. 

Good to Know - Plastics

Recycle Now and Pledge 4 Plastic have worked together to produce communication material temples for LA's and other partners to use in a cohesive Plastic Recycling campaign. These include templates covering Around the Home, Unusual Suspects, Transformation and Energy saving (Local Benefit). The Around the Home templates can be found below.

These links will take you to the local benefit postersplastics transformation materials and the Unusual Suspects

 

 

Recycle Now: Getting started...

All you need to get started using the Recycle Now brand. The Recycle Now brand guidelines and material streams overview can help you make the most of the brand, and use our themed campaign calendar to help with your consumer communications.

Love Food Hate Waste: Getting started...

All you need to help you make the most of your Love Food Hate Waste campaign, including: insights on consumer behaviours, attitudes and knowledge towards food waste, an introductory guide to the Love Food Hate Waste resources, a campaign calendar and the Love Food Hate Waste brand guidelines.

Love Food Hate Waste Calendar Themes & Resources

Calendar theme guides and materials to support the Love Food Hate Waste campaign.

Plastics transformation materials

Recycle Now and Pledge 4 Plastic have worked together to produce communication material temples for LA's and other partners to use in a cohesive Plastic Recycling campaign. These include templates covering Around the Home, Transformation and Energy saving (Local Benefit).

The Transformation templates can be found below. This link will take you to the Around the Home and Energy Saving resources.

On-pack Recycling Labels

New template posters are now available to help you to promote The On-Pack Recycling Label locally. These posters have been designed (following consumer-testing) to help residents understand what the basic on-pack recycling labels mean to them locally, so that they can use the labels to inform them on what can and cannot be recycled. 

Recycle for London - Restricting Waste

The Restricting Waste artwork have been produced to support London waste authorities who are changing their collections in order to restrict residual waste. The themed resources in this collection can be edited to ensure they reflect the services offered in your local collection scheme. These resources are for use in London.

Unusual Suspects - Metal and Glass - Recycle for Wales

The Unusual Suspects artwork is an extension of the Good to Know campaign but displays a range of metal and glass items that are often overlooked for recycling.  The themed resources in this collection can be edited to add/remove items to ensure they reflect the materials collected in your local collection scheme. 

Your Workplace Without Waste : Maintaining Momentum

Information – and inspiration – to sustain waste reduction activity with messages to incorporate into regular communications with staff.

Your Workplace Without Waste : Training programme

The training programme for Your Workplace Without Waste (YWWW) includes six activities. Although the activities can be run standalone, to get maximum results, we advise running them in order 1 to 6. 

Your Workplace Without Waste : Getting started

Engage your staff to help drive food and drink waste out of your business - start the Your Workplace Without Waste (YWWW) programme here. Find out how YWWW works and how to kick-start your staff engagement programme.  Use the Manager’s Guide to get buy-in for the programme and find useful tools and resources from WRAP.