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  • 03th Oct
    National Reuse Month

    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[...]

  • 11th Sep
    The Car Elves!

    Of course you’ve heard of Santa’s Elves, Tolkien’s Elves and even the shoe Elves – but have you heard of the car Elves?? These are the End of Life Vehicles Environmental Services (ELVES). ELVES Ireland[...]

  • 22th Aug
    Upcycle Challenge 2017

    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[...]

  • 03th Jul
    Household Waste Collection Charging Arrangements

    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[...]

  • 20th Mar
    New Initiative to inform how Dublin will manage food waste reduction and sustainable eating

    Dublin is one of seven European cities chosen to take part in an exciting pan-European TRiFOCAL project designed to reduce food waste while promoting healthy and sustainable eating. The Eastern-Midland Regional Waste Management Office (EMWRO) is[...]

  • 14th Mar
    Irish households throw away one third of food every week – New campaign urges Irish people to reduce food waste and make use of brown bin –

    Irish households must become more active in preventing food waste and managing their food waste appropriately, according to a new campaign run by the three Regional Waste Management Offices. The campaign, which will run across[...]

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Is #Naas the most #reusey town? Looking like it's giving it a shot thanks to @ShamrockSpring & @KildareCoCo https://t.co/Ds3NELZD73
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