WRAPP Reporting Guidelines 2011 Guidelines to assist agencies and State-owned corporations meet their biennial reporting requirements and highlight their achievements for the 2009-11 reporting period. To save the file, Right click on the link then choose Save Target As... from the menu.
WRAPP Reporting Guidelines 2011 (11488WRAPPRptGuide.pdf 3.85Mb)
How to Write a WRAPP Plan This guide should be used as a starting point for the development of actions that will help an agency or state-owned corporation (SOC) achieve the objectives of the NSW Government’s Waste Reduction and Purchasing Policy (WRAPP).
How to Write a WRAPP Plan (09243WriteWRAPPplan.pdf 2.42Mb)
WRAPP Progress Report 2008: State government agencies made steady progress during the reporting period 2005-2007. The report is based on data submitted by 106 agencies and assesses agency progress in reducing waste, recycling and purchasing recycled content products. The data in the 2008 Progress Report outlines in detail the aggregated performance results of the agencies and indicates continued progress in meeting the aims and objectives of the policy.
Download the WRAPP Progress Report 2008 (2008269WRAPPReport2008.pdf 951kb)
WRAPP Progress Report 2006:
State government agencies made good progress during the reporting period 2003-2005. Recycling rates have improved and there has been an increased focus on the purchase of materials with recycled content. The Progress Report for 2006 outlines these improvements in greater detail and contains the results from 122 of the agencies required to report under this policy. Download the WRAPP Progress Report 2006
(06466WRAPPProgress2006.pdf 995kb August 2006)
WRAPP Progress Report 2004
The first WRAPP Progress Report covers the 2001-2003 reporting period. This report provides a whole-of-government review of the information provided by 131 agencies. Download the WRAPP Progress Report 2004
(WRAPPReportweb.pdf 584 kb)
WRAPP Waste Assessment Toolkit
This kit consists of a training course, a process guide and an example waste assessment report. It will provide the necessary training and processes to enable you to assess the waste and recycling systems in your office. Waste Assessment Toolkit
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