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Remade Scotland working with its partners WAS and WRAP under the Zero Waste Scotland initiative, produces an annual operational plan detailing the activities to be undertaken during the financial year March to April.
Remade Scotland is a support programme which was initiated in 1999 by a number of key stakeholders to promote a more sustainable approach to waste management in Scotland. The Scottish Government has assumed responsibility for funding the programme, together with other delivery programmes, Waste Aware Scotland and WRAP to ensure an integrated delivery body approach.
In April 2008, the Caledonian Environment Centre, part of Glasgow Caledonian University was awarded a three year grant totalling £1,823,194 to continue the activities of Remade Scotland. As part of this a Zero Waste Scotland Programme was developed and agreed by the Caledonian Environment Centre, Waste Aware Scotland and WRAP. This Zero Waste Scotland programme identified where market interventions were needed to support greater recycling, and recovery of waste to meet some of the regulatory and strategic targets set by the Scottish Government.
One year on and a reevaluation of the activities has led to a programme of activities for Remade Scotland to deliver during 2009/10. This document sets out those revised activities agreed with the Scottish Government.