Public engagement project targeting 40,000 homes to address high levels of recycling contamination across the city.
Part of the wider engagement campaign tackling high levels of contamination, this project delivered a city-wide awareness campaign integrated with a mailing to all households. Work included the creation of a campaign brand, copywriting, design and production management.
Appointed to target HMO properties to encourage greater use of communal recycling facilities and the distribution of new recycling bags to properties.
EnviroComms were appointed to undertake a major overhaul of the company’s brand and marketing assets. Work involved a complete re-design of company brochures and advertising, a product photo-shot and the design of a new exhibition stand.
A borough-wide campaign combining bin monitoring, stickering and engagement aimed at improving recycling performance across high multiple occupancy properties.
A four month project aimed at improving public usage of Household Waste and Recycling Centres across Warwickshire. The project involved the deployment of our team of advisors across the four principal sites in the county to meet with residents and correct usage patterns, particularly where people were bring materials that could be collected from the kerbside.
Developed and delivered a programme of direct public engagemenent to tackle low-recycling performance across 30,000 homes.
Delivered a programme of outreach and engagement aimed at raising awarenss of changes to the organic waste collection services provided to 77,000 homes across the borough. Project exceeded objective of 20,000 subscriptions to the new Garden Waste service, achieving 30,000 subscriptions by the end of the first phase of the project.
Propelair are the inventors and manufacturers of the world’s first water-saving lavatory. EnviroComms have been appointed to develop their brand and a range of marketing materials and website as the company seeks to gain a foothold in global markets.
Public engagement and doorstep advisory programme targeting 44,000 properties identified as low performing in terms of recycling participation with a particular focus on reducing the amount of food waste places into residual bins.
Our work contributed to a reduction in food waste disposal by 25% saving the council over £900,000 in disposal costs.
Development and deployment of a major Contract Stabilisation Campaign to support the introduction of a new joint waste partnership to 140,000 homes across four municipalities in southern England including the introduction of major changes to domestic waste and recycling services including commercial waste services. Work included campaign development, direct public outreach, direct mail, advertising, PR and internal stakeholder engagement.
Developed a campaign designed to increase participation and capture rates for recycling across 30,000 low-performing homes in the borough. Work included research into why current participation was low, direct public engagement through door-knocking and an advertising campaign using prominent local media. Outcome resulted in a drastic increase in recycling, reaching the highest levels recorded which has been sustained since the completion of the work.
Developed and delivered a major awareness campaign across seven North London boroughs designed to increase recycling through motivational messaging of the cost benefits of doing so. The campaign included media usage across the tube network, exterior advertising sites, radio and an interactive app, supported by public events held across the region. Work included campaign planning and creative development, media planning, market testing, copywriting.
Appointed to develop an awareness and information campaign for The Wellcome Trust’s Cambridge Campus to support the introduction of work-place recycling.
“Love Food Hate Waste” Development and deployment of nationwide waste minimisation campaign for Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP).
Design, development and delivery of campaign to raise awareness of recycling and encourage use of service to students at Chester University on behalf of Cheshire West and Chester Council.
EnviroComms were pivotal in bringing the US Recycling Incentive company to the UK. We provided market entry services including market assessment studies and seminars for local authorities as well as leveraging meetings with key ministers and government officers which resulted in incentives being included within national policy. We also leveraged Recycle Bank’s first UK contract with Halton Borough Council
Developed a countywide campaign “Have you Bin-Smart” to reduce levels of contamination in the recycling collections. Work included developing a campaign theme alongside the use of the national Recycle Now branding, copywriting, design and artwork.
Major behavioral change campaign to support introduction of curbside recycling across 44,000 homes. Developed local recycling branding and advertising campaigns, stakeholder engagement events and extensive PR activities. Work included campaign design, copywriting, project management and monitoring. This campaign is now widely used across Europe as an example of best practice and was a finalist in Creative East, a major design awards. This campaign also required us to work in close partnership with the council’s contractor; Verdant.
“Are you Recycling”? Campaign to encourage two, low performing areas of the city to recycle more and address key issues surrounding resident behaviour. and educate residents about changes to collection processes.
Appointed to develop a highly interactive Recycling Awareness website for West Sussex. The site included live web streaming from CCTV cameras at HWRC to enable residents to assess the business of them before setting off plus an interactive material checker to identify what materials can and can’t be recycled.
Doorstep campaign to 10,000 low recycling performing homes across the borough.
Communications for a variety of public outreach initiatives including leaflets, signage, campaigns and events.
“Change. It’s often a good thing”. Major campaign to raise awareness of new recycling services across the city. Developed campaign strategy, theme, content and media planning.
Developed education programme to residents surrounding the introduction of a new residual waste collection system.
Provided key input to the outreach elements of a countrywide public consultation programme on waste treatment options.
Doorstepping campaign targeting flats across Bexley to increase use of recycling services and promote a new recycling bag scheme for flats.
Provided communication and public engagement strategic and tactical support in relation district wide public consultation on local recycling services.
Public Consultation programme development providing communication and public engagement strategic and tactical support in relation district wide consultation on local recycling and waste services.
Public consultation programme to identify perceptions, habits and barriers to recycling in preparation of new recycling services. Managed in-filed participation and set out monitoring.
“Introducing Alternate Week Collection”. Developed a campaign targeting 12,000 homes due to be changed to AWC collection system. Developed strategic and creative content and project managed implementation.
Developed public consultation programme to assess reasons for low participation in recycling across four areas of the city. Outcome drove development of targeted behaviour change campaign, also project managed by Stephen.