Cost Benefit Analysis Web Tool

WRAP trials have proven that low cost intervention measures, such as using bin stickers and caddy liners, can increase the amount of household food waste collected for recycling.

Designed specially for food waste collectors and processors working jointly, WRAP's new Cost Benefit Analysis tool can help you weigh up the costs and associated benefits of implementing those proven intervention measures, based on the specifics of your local arrangements.

This easy to use tool applies locally generated information about the collection and treatment of food waste, in order to generate a fully bespoke assessment of what the costs and benefits might look like for implementing a range of measures.

It has been developed as part of the Food Waste Recycling Action Plan (FWRAP), a cross-industry initiative to increase both the supply and quality of household and commercial food waste available for recycling.

If you have any questions about the tool, or would like support in using it, please contact WRAP at

There is a short registration page to complete, after which you’ll receive an email with a link to the tool (plus embedded guidance). 

Published: 07/03/17

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