Environmental consultant Entec has been reappointed by the Waste and Resources Action Programme to help deliver advice to local authorities.
Entec will be responsible for advising on prevention, collection and recycling of municipal waste and replaces the existing ROTATE framework. It will also help develop training materials and deliver training courses and workshops.
Entec associate director Geoff Sampson said: We are delighted to be reappointed to the framework and continue our relationship with WRAP that has been built up over many years.
Entecs ability to combine the practical and operational aspects of waste and recycling collection with market analysis throughout the material supply chain means we can make a valuable contribution to the framework, supporting a variety of work across a number of WRAPs programmes.
Its first commission under the new framework will be a review of how local authorities decide on their kerbside collection methods. WRAP hopes that from this work, it will better understand key factors influencing local authority choices and decisions.