On a previous post regarding Ecover and their labelling system, I read about WRAP and thought it would be appropriate to carry out some further research. I therefore went on their website and carried on reading about the schemes they have in place and the differences they are hoping to make if they haven't already done so. This also links closely with infographic where graphic design is concerned.
'Fortunately, the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) has come to the rescue with an easy to read, straightforward recycling label.A bit like the nutrition wheel you see on food packets, the WRAP label offers a clear explanation about which parts of the packaging can be recycled and which parts should go out with the other rubbish.
Any company can choose to use the WRAP label on its products, and Ecover are excited to be a keen participant in the scheme. It's our way of making Ecover lovers' lives just a little bit easier.'