NATIONWIDE: Find or Give surplus resources for repurposing and upcycling with The Upcycle Movement‘s Re-Source platform.
DUBLIN: Buy recycled and reblended paint from Rediscover paint the Rediscovery Centre Eco Store for €1 per 1 Litre. Please note they do not accept paint for recycling.
WATERFORD: Have your bike repaired by qualified and experienced bicycle mechanics with Renew Enterprises
DUBLIN: Buy a reconditioned bike from Rediscover Cycling in the Rediscovery Centre.
Donate or buy a reconditioned bike or learn how to repair your bike with The Bike Hub in Dun Laoghaire.
Donate or buy a reconditioned bike at Frontline Bikes, Inchicore.
Donate your old bicycle to RecycleIT where bikes and parts are reused where possible or recycled. Recycle IT are working with a Dublin based charity and social enterpriseto share bikes, bike frames and parts so bikes can be rebuilt and sold at affordable prices.
DUBLIN: RecycleIT offers kerbside, door to door and organisational recycling collections in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow. In addition to TV’s, monitors, laptops and servers, appliances and toys can also be recycled.
DUBLIN: Rehab Recycle facilitates secure donations of IT equipment to schools, charities and community groups through their Promise IT programme. Camara Education reuse technology to enhance the education of disadvantaged students around the world. Tech 2 Students bridges the digital divide for students. The campaign was developed in April 2020 by Trinity Access and Camara Ireland in response to the digital divide experienced by students in need.
Join a workshop with Rethink Ireland, who through demonstration and education, inspire others to action, and support their resilience and sustainability goals.
Learn how to upcycle or to identify business opportunities in ‘waste’ materials in our communities with The Upcycle Movement.
Native Events is is Ireland’s leading sustainable event production company providing consultancy, equipment and staff for sustainable events.
Learn how to stop food waste, make compost and use your brown bin successfully as a last resort with Diversion Green online or face to face with individuals, small or large groups.
At Oxfam Ireland shops you can buy or donate quality second hand and vintage fashion including bridal, bric a brac, books and furniture.
Buy charity shop clothing, shoes, accessories and books / media online with Thriftify.
Give or find unwanted clothing, accessories and homeware for free online with WeShare.
ROSCOMMON: Buy or donate quality second hand fashion, accessories and bric a brac or upcycled goods from Roscommon Women’s Network.
LIMERICK: Buy or donate quality second hand school uniforms, school books, fashion, books and bric a brac with Gateway to Education.
KERRY: Buy or donate quality second hand fashion, books, and bric a brac with Killarney Immigrant Support Centre (KASI)
Do you have large, regular volumes of surplus food to donate? Partner with FoodCloud to redistribute your surplus to community and charity groups nationwide.
Diversion Green offer food waste audits, food waste prevention plans, workshops, challenges, talks to open the conversation around food waste and work with clients to educate them and to show people how to prevent food waste, make compost and how to brown bin successfully as a last resort.
Too Good To Go is a food saving app that allows you to save Surprise Bags of food for 1/3 of the initial value from your favourite food places in a number of locations across Ireland (with more to come). Download the app in the Apple app store or via Google Play.
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.