Welcome to the Community Resources Network Ireland
CRNI is the representative body for community based reuse, repair and recycling organisations in Ireland.
Our 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.
Our aim is to provide a range of practical supports to our members, and to promote community based, sustainable waste management as a practical and effective way of tackling Ireland’s growing waste problem.
Is eagraíocht uile Éireann ionadaíocht í an Líonra Achmhainní Pobal na hÉireann a thugann aidh ar athúsáid, athchúrsáíl agus bac ar diomail sa phobail. In ár léargas ar an tír nach coir go mbeadh an focail diomail á núsáid. Tír a bhainnean an pobal iomlán leas as na buntáistí ó an sóisialta, timpeallacht agus an luach eacnamaíochta do acmhainní in athúsáid. Tagann maonú an greasán faoi stúir An Clár Náisiúnta um Chosc ar Dhramhaíl don EPA.
We help our members grow and thrive through developing a dynamic network fostering knowledge sharing and collaboration, strengthening members’ capacity through business opportunities and training, representing members at local, national and international level and promoting our membership base.
We work to mainstream reuse, repair and recycling through raising the profile of the sector and promoting behavioural change, developing supportive policy and conducting or supporting research to help overcome barriers.
To facilitate the growth of the network and its long term sustainability, we will continue to build our internal capacity through good governance and developing our funding strategy.
As a member of CRNI you benefit from being part of Ireland’s only reuse and recycling network. You are provided with opportunities to:
To find out more, please see our membership policy here.
CRNI is leading an EPA Green Enterprise project Circular Textiles, which will test the impact of three different separate collection systems for textiles and explore how we could manage the additional quantity of textiles that are collected. This project will be concluded in 2022.
For more information about the project see here.