The best features in recycling
In addition to our flagship magazine, Resource, Resource Media publishes a variety of contract magazines and newsletters, a selection of which are described below.
Resource is the most innovative publication in the waste sector and prides itself on the readability and eye-catching design that sets it apart from other industry titles. Its feature-led format allows it to look at issues in-depth and also leaves room for covering the quirkier aspects of recycling, both in the UK and abroad.
e-resource and our website give non-subscribers the opportunity to read a selection of abridged articles.
Resource is read by local authority and government officers, community sector service providers, waste and recycling companies, consultants and environment professionals and others interested in sustainability (academics, students and other individuals).
the Loop is the quarterly membership magazine for the Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee (LARAC). Membership of LARAC has grown to include the vast majority of local authority recycling officers and waste managers in the UK. As the nationwide drive towards more sustainable waste management gathers pace, LARAC members have a crucial role in turning targets into reality on the ground; issues that concern them are targeted through quarterly issues of the Loop.
Jointly funded by Cylch (the Wales Community Recycling Network) and Waste Awareness Wales, with articles in both Welsh and English, Material Matters is produced quarterly by Resource Media and is the only sustainable waste management magazine for the well-funded and extremely active Welsh waste and recycling industry.
Material Matters reaches all sectors, from the collectors and reprocessors to the policy makers and major stakeholders (including the ministers and members of the Welsh Assembly) building the most innovative recycling market in the UK.
We produce this newsletter three times a year on behalf of Novamont, Europe’s leading manufacturer of compostable bioplastics.
Resource Media developed the UK’s first waste prevention lifestyle magazine, Nada, as a campaign tool for local authorities to influence public attitudes to waste. We have produced editions of this for Oxfordshire County Council, Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council and East Sussex County Council.
We created this magazine on behalf of Alcan Aluminium Can Recycling (now Novelis), showing that there’s a lot you can say about a simple can.
Resource Media has the editorial experience, know-how and capacity to create newletters or magazines on behalf other companies as well. To discuss opportunities, give us a call on 0117 903 0698.
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