- Enventure's 10 Years of Recycling Research and Engagement
- Enventure Research supports Recycle Week
- Enventure's continued commitment to quality
- Researching Housing Association Residents’ Attitudes Towards Saving Energy
- Basildon Borough Council appoints Enventure to engage with residents about their recycling services
- Understanding the future of Bradford Libraries
- Enventure to embark on awareness-raising and research campaign into waste and recycling participation
- Ballymena Borough Council extend Research Framework with Enventure Research
- Enventure Research becomes a Specialist Service Provider for ESPO
- Enventure appointed to the Local Government Association Research Framework
Further effective resident engagement in Gloucestershire
Enventure is once again working with Gloucestershire County Council, engaging with its residents to encourage them to participate in their new and improved recycling services. Over the years, Enventure has worked the majority of the local authorities within Gloucestershire, and is now carrying out two seprate programmes of resident engagement in Stroud District Council and Forest of Dean District Council.
In Stroud, residents have recently received a wheeled bin to allow them to recycle more materials on the doorstep. Enventure is working in partnership with the bin delivery crews to ensure that residents understand how to use their new bin and that they will recycle as much as possible.
In Forest of Dean, residents have also received new containers for their waste and recycling, including food waste caddies and a wheeled bin for their general waste. Enventure is currently engaging with residents on their doorstep to find out whether they understand their new service, whether they will participate in the new food waste scheme, and to help them overcome any barriers they may have to recycling in their household.