Recovered secondary raw materials. Refuse collection services. Refuse recycling services. Environmental management. This work will deliver a series of trials in UK, Germany, Italy and Turkey to demonstrate different and effective ways to collect waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) for reuse and for the recovery of critical raw materials, gold, silver and platinum group metals from it. The trials should deliver an understanding of the potential impact that different collection mechanisms have on product reuse and recovered material value in order to establish a compelling commercial and environmental case for change.
Environmental issues consultancy services. Refuse and waste related services. Market research services. Economic research services. Public-opinion polling services. Statistical services. WRAP is creating a framework of specialist individuals that can be appointed on a flexible as and when basis to support the delivery of WRAP's project work by providing technical expertise to WRAP's programme delivery teams.
Technical advisors are required in 5 sector Lots:
Lot 1 — Food and drink.
Lot 2 — Clothing and textiles.
Lot 3 — Electricals and electronics.
Lot 4 — Waste and resource management.
Lot 5 — Social research, evaluation and economics (in all sectors).
The work is expected to predominantly relate to the UK and its countries, although work relating to other countries in Europe and worldwide could potentially be required.