Zero Waste Scotland - Resource Efficiency Waste Prevention Implementation Fund
This fund has been designed to help organisations overcome barriers to undertake a particular project with a focus on raw materials savings, carbon savings and the movement of waste material up the waste hierarchy. It’s core purpose is to support the physical implementation of waste prevention measures in the food and drink, construction and other (commercial and industrial) sectors. Projects should: generate efficiencies in the use of raw materials; move waste materials to a higher level in the waste hierarchy; reduce waste tonnage; divert waste from landfill; generate carbon savings.
- When to apply:
- The fund is open for applications on an ongoing basis. However the final date for all expenditure of WPIF Grants is the 31 December 2019.
- Next deadline:
No deadline date
- Charities only:
0808 808 2268
- How to apply
- The first stage in the WPIF application process involves submitting an online Expression of Interest.
- Public sector bodies (publically funded bodies such as councils, academic institutions). Large sized companies, i.e. companies which are not SMEs (more than 250 employees). Waste Management Companies (e.g. businesses whose core business is management, recycling or disposal of waste).
Fund award sizes
No minimum provided
No maximum provided
No average provided
- Annually awarded:
No anually awarded amount provided
- Notes on award amounts:
- Currently there is no maximum limit and each application is assessed on a case by case basis. However, requests for funding over £50k will be subject to additional financial checks.