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Enventure provides valuable support to Cheltenham
Enventure provides valuable support to Cheltenham

January 11, 2011

Enventure has been commissioned by Gloucestershire Waste Partnership to support the introduction of Cheltenham’s new food waste collection scheme.

Bradford Council commissions Enventure to undertake Markets Research
Bradford Council commissions Enventure to undertake Markets Research

December 1, 2010

Bradford Council's Markets Team has commissioned Enventure to undertake research with users and non-users of the markets in order to support the development of an effective strategy for the future of the markets.

‘Don’t Waste Your Say’ public consultation gets underway
‘Don’t Waste Your Say’ public consultation gets underway

October 10, 2010

The Merseyside and Halton Waste Partnership's public consultation 'Don't Waste Your Say' is launched to the media.

West Yorkshire Police appoints Enventure for evaluation research
West Yorkshire Police appoints Enventure for evaluation research

September 30, 2010

West Yorkshire Police has appointed Enventure for the third time to evaluate the impact of, and public reaction to the ‘Your Police’ newsletter, which is currently being distributed to households across West Yorkshire.

Guildford appoints Enventure for its engagement expertise
Guildford appoints Enventure for its engagement expertise

September 14, 2010

Guildford Borough Council has appointed Enventure to undertake engagement activity in areas within the borough to increase recycling and reduce contamination.

Merseryside chooses Enventure for strategic waste consultation
Merseryside chooses Enventure for strategic waste consultation

September 10, 2010

Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority, on behalf of the Partnership, has recently awarded a strategic, large scale public consultation to Enventure.

Enventure’s experience with students secures Bristol contract
Enventure’s experience with students secures Bristol contract

August 19, 2010

Bristol City Council has commissioned Enventure to carry out a campaign of door to door engagement with students to promote the proper use of the Council’s waste and recycling services.

Sticks or Carrots? What works best in encouraging recycling?
Sticks or Carrots? What works best in encouraging recycling?

July 14, 2010

Caroline Herring, Research Manager at Enventure looks at the impact of incentivising participation in recycling schemes.

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