These books form a series of small-format, low-cost guides to a variety of green issues.
They are designed for use by both public and private bodies:
• Councils, municipal authorities, housing associations, universities, water suppliers and other public service providers use them to give practical advice for residents and employees to help them reduce their environmental impact and save money.
• Companies use them to encourage their staff to ‘go green’. This can have many benefits: meeting employees’ green aspirations, enhancing the environmental performance of the company, and reducing energy, water and travel costs.
All these books can be purchased in our standard editions, but we can also produce your own customised editions if required, by including your logo, contact numbers and message on the covers and also on pages 1 & 2 inside the book. This is available at no extra cost for orders of around 3,000 or more copies. Most of the books are 80–108 pages in full colour.
You can view the contents of the books online – please click on the relevant book cover above.
From 55p per copy for bulk purchases.
Please click HERE to download the full list of prices for bulk purchase.
(normal shop retail prices from £4.95 – £6.95)
Available in both conventional paper book and ebook formats.
Ebooks can be made available to download from your website. These can be installed so that only certain target groups can download the books. Ebooks are available from 25p per download for bulk purchases.
Please phone us on 01803 863260
if • you are considering a bulk purchase and would like to receive sample copies, • you wish to discuss content and/or layout, translations or bilingual editions • you would like to discuss these books further.
Customised & digital editions also available if required
“The Eat Well Waste Less recipe book was a key part of our Love Food Hate Waste campaign. We planned to produce our own recipe book for the campaign in Oxfordshire, but as soon as we saw Eat Well Waste Less we knew it was perfect for our needs.
It not only included details on key messages, but was presented in a logical and helpful way. We didn’t have the resource to produce our own book from scratch; so being able to use a localised version of this existing publication was ideal.
We’ve so many positive comments about Eat Well Waste Less we didn’t hesitate to reorder.
In a year of promoting Love Food Hate Waste in Oxfordshire we have seen our number of committed food waste reducers increase from 12% to 20%.” - Paul Mocroft, Communications Officer, Oxford Waste Partnership