Recycling Advisory Group Scotland - RAGS
HISTORY AND REVIEW OF THE ORGANISATION
This website is a tribute to an amazing organisation that championed recyling in Scotland from 1993 - 2006.
Topics which RAGS addressed successfully included:
- Integrated Waste Management, Producer Responsibility and Packaging, Markets for Recyclable Materials
- Waste Minimisation, Potential Job Creation from Increased Recycling
- Successful Kerbside Strategies and Public Education.
- Read More about RAGS
- Why did people join RAGS
- See how RAGS answered topical Environmental and recycling questions
- Useful Recycling links
Information on recycling specific materials:
- Lightbulbs (ordinary & fluorescent tubes)
- Waste & Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
- General information on recycling
- Setting up an office recycling scheme
- What is Hazardous Household Waste?
What can joining RAGS can do for your business?
Scottish Local Authority Household Recycling Contacts
Whether you fly on a regular basis or just once a year you can benefit from membership. The privileges of membership are free, but you must be resident in the UK and be over the age of 18.
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