We can help you to engage with your target audience and change their behaviour
Behaviour change isn’t achieved through a one-off action or campaign. Working with our partners, we change behaviour through a gradual and sustained process, helping to engrain the adoption of new habits bringing with it tangible results.
Who we work with
We create relevant and topical campaigns to motivate people and their communities to make informed choices to tackle climate change.
How we achieve results
Connect, Engage, Listen
We create a two-way communication to our target audiences via our multi-channels, motivating their participation of how to waste less and recycle right, gathering valuable insights along the way.
Our team of content creators and copywriters tailor communications to be tactical and personal. Through insights and measured improvements, we’ll determine the most effective way to connect with different audiences to deliver the most impactful and sustained results.
Reward right behaviours
We contact and prompt people every week to consider their everyday actions, rewarding positive environmental changes and increased levels of engagement.
Review & repeat success
Improvements are measured and monitored by engagement with campaign content and the direct impact on participation and achieving targets. Our strategy is backed by sound data analysis and understanding of our clients’ needs.
Invest to save
residual waste reductions
recycling tonnage increases
Saving to local authorities per year
(applied across 50,000 households)
Our relationship with plastic is at a pivotal point
The Government has consulted with stakeholders on what we can do to increase plastic bottle recycling, but lacks any primary evidence from the UK.
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The Robert Piggott C of E School were the most recent winners of funding from Wokingham Council and Greenredeem’s Recycling Incentive Scheme which has seen £6,000 donated to local schools over the 12 months.
Thanks to the generous donations of points from Greenredeem members, 15 Wokingham schools are the lucky recipients of a share of £6,000 funding! The grants
Residents in Wokingham Borough Council (WBC) have responded incredibly positively to the introduction of a new food waste collection service, with the Greenredeem communications platform
Get in touch
We have a flexible approach to working with local authorities; one which compliments existing and traditional communication activities.
Talk to us and we’d be happy to discuss how we can make an impact on your sustainability targets.