Our main vision is an Ireland where the word 'Waste' doesn’t exist and where our entire community benefits from the social, environmental and economic value of all reusable resources.

Here are some of the things we do:

Promote re-use, recycling, community development and social inclusion

Demonstrating the value of reuse, recycling and community through awareness campaigns, data and facilitating access to services

Support for members

Providing an effective and coordinated national network to drive sustainable policies and practices, strengthen member's capacity and grow the sector

Education and awareness raising

Raising the profile of the sector with a broad range of stakeholders through traditional and other media

Representing the sector at national level

Working with key stakeholders in relation to government policy and decision making around reuse and recycling, social enterprise and green jobs.

Promoting research

Facilitating or conducting research in order to help overcome barriers to reuse

Networking and links

Developing and strengthening links with relevant national and international organisations in order to better convey our message

Membership

As a member of CRNI you benefit from being part of Ireland's only reuse and recycling network. You are provided with opportunities to have your voice heard at a national and international level through policy and campaigns, to engage in networking, training and new business opportunities, to obtain access to information on funding opportunities, events and conferences, and to participate in or support research that will help overcome key barriers.

Full membership is open to not for profit or charitable community based reuse, recycling and waste prevention organisations based in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland, operating for the benefit of the community and the protection of the natural environment.

Associate membership is open to any organisation registered in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland that deals with the re-use, recycling and waste prevention and the protection of the natural environment.

To find out more about CRNI membership, please contact us using the details in the site footer.

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Our latest tweets

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Great ideas for #reuse and #recycling in the run up to Christmas in @sthompsonIT article.. https://t.co/9TCEswKqmC

CRN @CRN
December 5, 2016 @ 1:18pm

Very exciting times for @wiser_life @RediscoveryCtr ! https://t.co/QBdEClPNGh

CRN @CRN
December 1, 2016 @ 4:29pm

Good reason to ensure your used clothing gets donated to your local ICSA registered charity shop #reuse https://t.co/1aMn9wqlQP

CRN @CRN
December 1, 2016 @ 2:29pm

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Get in touch with us for more information on reuse and recycling, give us your feedback, or join us as a member and be part of Ireland's only reuse and recycling network.