Campaigns and Projects
As part of our work in the EMWRO, we run and support a range of Waste Prevention and Resource Efficiency awareness campaigns and research projects. Here, you can find details and accounts of the various campaigns and projects in which we have an involvement. We are always keen to explore research and awareness projects on Waste Prevention, Resource Efficiency and Circular Economy in partnership with other organisations.
Recycling List Ireland is proud to support Repak’s Team Green initiative. Repak are calling on everyone to play their part in making Ireland a world leader for plastic recycling. A huge part of achieving this goal is to remember to continue good recycling practices not just at home, but in the workplace too.read more
Items created from an old sewing machine, bicycle tubes, a cable spool and recovered timber all triumphed as overall winners in the Upcycle Challenge 2017 competition prize-giving event on Friday 24th November. Westmeath Co. Council Leas-Cathaoirleach, Cllr. Tom...read more
Government, Waste Industry and Environmental NGOs come together for clear message on suitable content for recycling bins. Currently 28% of all material placed in household recycling bins is incorrect. Minister Denis Naughten launched Ireland’s new Recycling Ambassador...read more
It's here! October is National Reuse Month and this year it's bigger and better with even more events happening all around the country. for a list of events in the Eastern-Midlands Region, click here. And remember this is your Reuse Month and if you and your community...read more
We are delighted to announce that The Upcycle Challenge is back for 2017. We want to get Ireland thinking creatively about reuse. The Upcycle Challenge 2016 was such a success we have decided to hold the competition again for a second year. There was great interest...read more
The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten, T.D., today (27 June 2017) confirmed that a more flexible framework for waste collection charges has been approved by Government. The Minister stated “Allowing for a range of...read more