A list of the collections of resources available. Collections are key resources grouped by campaign, type of resource, or theme.
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.
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.
Following consumer research, Recycle for London has produced a suite of new downloadable and adaptable communication templates for all partners to use when engaging with people on food recycling. The new resources feature leaflets, posters, vehicle livery and much more. They can be used to support an existing food waste collection service to raise awareness of and increase participation in that service.
**Please remember to use the user guides in this collection when planning to use the Recycle for London food recycling campaign materials. They give details and guidance on how you can localise the resources to your area**
Following on from the generic Good to Know resources, the materials in this collection focus on paper and card. This is the focus for the quarterly theme running from December 2015 to February 2016.
Following on from the generic Good to Know resources, the materials in this collection focus on paper and card.
Unusual Suspects - Metal and Glass partner resource pack (Welsh language and English language versions)
Good to Know - Paper & Card partner resource pack Christmas 2016 (Welsh language and English language versions)
The images used in the Good to Know resources are available individually to help you demonstrate the collection scheme in your area.
The product items have been divided into groups by material: plastics, paper & card, and metal & glass.
These resources make use of the Recycle Now Good to Know materials. The resources include leaflets, posters, vehicle livery and much more. All templates have space for partners' logos.
These resources have been developed to allow London Partners to create and use imagery which is highly localised and relevant to their own messaging. The resources include leaflets, posters, vehicle livery and much more. All templates have space for partners' logos.
The Recycle for London logo is available in both one and two-line versions. The mark is available in green, black and reversed out in white. Please refer to the brand guidelines for further information on usage.
Artwork and templates for the pass it on campaign. Including textiles and clothing, bulky waste and alternative heart designs.
A collection of WEEE material stream icons, including portrait and landscape versions of the following: Electrical, Fridges & freezers, Batteries, Telecoms & computers – phone & mouse, Telecoms & computers – fax & cpu, Small appliances (irons, radios, hair dryers, mixed), Large appliances (mixed, washing machine), Fluorescent tubes, Low energy bulbs, Mixed light bulbs, TV & monitors, Mobile phones, Printer cartridges.
A collection of material stream icons covering 'other recyclables', including portrait and landscape versions of the following: Paint, Spectacles, Cartons, Furniture, Tapes & discs, Discs, Tapes, Hand tools, Cooking oil, Carpet, Mattresses, and Bicycles.
A collection of building materials icons, including portrait and landscape versions of the following: Soil, Hardcore & rubble, Wood & timber, Plasterboard, and UPVC frames.
A collection of metal material stream icons, including portrait and landscape versions of the following: Metals, Food & drink cans, Aluminium cans, Steel cans, Aerosols, Foil, Foil (with pie tin), Foil trays, Scrap metal, Large tins, Mixed metals, Mixed metals (with foil), Mixed metals (with foil but without aerosol).