In Ireland, we dispose of over 22,000 of non-recyclable take out coffee cups every hour. Bring your own reusable cup to a cafe participating in the Conscious Cup Campaign for a discount or other rewards. Find your nearest conscious cafe here.
Refill Ireland is a voluntary environmental project leading the way to make Ireland a tap water refilling country once again. You can now refill your reusable bottle on our FREE-TO-USE network of over 1300 and rising public refill locations here.
Buy charity shop clothing, shoes, accessories and books / media online with Thriftify.
DUBLIN: Buy 100% redesigned and repurposed clothing, accessories and homeware ranges from Rediscover Fashion.
ROSCOMMON: Buy or donate quality second hand fashion, accessories and bric a brac or upcycled goods from Roscommon Women’s Network.
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.
BELFAST, LISBURN: Buy surplus paint from East Belfast Mission through their Restores.
BELFAST: Donate to or buy bicycles from East Belfast Mission through their Restores in Belfast.
DUBLIN: Buy a reconditioned or rebuilt bicycle from Rediscover Cycling in the Rediscovery Centre Eco Store in Dublin. Please note they do not accept bicycles for repair or reuse.
CONNACHT-ULSTER: BounceBack Recycling provides a domestic collection service in the Galway and wider area. Contact 091 760877 for a quote.
RecycleIT is the only electrical, electronic and metal recycling service offering 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.
Bryson Recycling delivers high quality, efficient and cost effective recycling services including kerbside collection for over 170,000 households in Northern Ireland (see here for locations) and recycling centres in Donegal (see here for details).
Learn more about upcycling and repair of fashion, furniture and bicycles through the Rediscovery Centre’s courses. The Rediscovery Centre also offers workshops designed for community groups and libraries – find out more here
Learn how to upcycle, sew and repair clothes or prevent food waste with the Use-Less Project.
Offer or swap skills on exchange platform WeShare.
Keep an eye on CRNI’s events page for all member events.
The Use-Less Project runs events where you can learn more about sustainable fashion or food waste prevention.
Native Events is is Ireland’s leading sustainable event production company providing consultancy, equipment and staff for sustainable events.