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The devolved Scottish Government is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Scotland, including health, education, environment, justice, rural affairs and transport and waste. The website contains information on policies, plans, strategies and consultations.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is Scotland's environmental regulator. Their main role is to protect and improve the environment by helping business and industry to understand their environmental responsibilities, enabling customers to comply with legislation and good practice and to realise the many economic benefits of good environmental practice.
NISP is the first industrial symbiosis initiative in the world to be launched on a national scale and is at the forefront of industrial symbiosis thinking and practice globally. NISP is a business led initiative. It facilitates links between industries from different sectors to create sustainable commercial opportunities and improve resource efficiency
COSLA is the representative voice of Scottish local government and also acts as the employers' association on behalf of all Scottish councils.
WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) helps individuals, local businesses and local authorities to reduce waste and recycle more, making better use of resources and helping to to tackle climate change. The website contains excellent information on how to reduce, reuse or recycle more, and information on campaigns such as "Love Food, Hate Waste".
Scottish Enterprise aims to help ambitious businesses in Scotland to grow and become more successful. It supports key industry sectors, for instance the renewable energy market, and develops the business environment to enhance Scotland's economy.
Waste Aware Scotland develops campaigning strategies to promote waste reduction, reuse and recycling behaviours at both national and local levels. The campaigns are designed to correspond to real infrastructure, such as kerbside recycling services, so that the public have the means to get involved. Campaign guidelines and resources can be obtained from the resources and publications section of their website.
The CRNS (Community Recycling network for Scotland)is a membership body for community recycling organisations throughout Scotland, providing information, advice and support to both existing and emerging community recyclers. The CRNS exists to build a stronger community recycling sector in Scotland which can create real social, environmental and economic benefit within our local communities. The website gives information and activites and locations of community recycling projects all over Scotland.
Envirowise offers free, independant support to businesses, enabling them to become resource efficent and save money. Since 1994, Envirowise has helped UK industry save more than £1 billion by reducing waste early on in their business processes.
Caledonian Environment Centre was re-launched on 31st May 2005. Previously known as the Caledonian Shanks Centre for Waste Management, the Centre has been running since 1998. Caledonian Environment Centre is part of Glasgow Caledonian University's School of the Built and Natural Environment. The Centre offers a dedicated team of professionals with expertise in a varied range of environmental disciplines including waste management, sustainability, environmental management and education.
The Centre has the advantage of being able to couple sound academic knowledge with responsive, practical expertise, enabling it to carry out valuable consultancy and research in order to provide accurate and up to date information to clients, helping it to become one of the most distinguished and recognised environmental organisations in Scotland.