As part of Reuse Month October, CRNI with the support from the Southern Region Waste Office hosted a seminar on development opportunities in community reuse & recycling for the Southern Region. The interactive event was held at the Silver Springs Hotel in Cork on Friday 27th October and was followed by a tour of the Boomerang Recycling operation.

The seminar covered reuse and recycling in the context of the Circular Economy with presentations from:

  • Claire Downey of CRNI – presentation available here
  • Pauline McDonogh from the Southern Region Waste Office – presentation available here
  • CRNI member Triona Murphy from Duhallow Revamp – presentation available here
  • CRNI member Paul Kelly from Boomerang recycling – presentation available soon

Those in attendance included Local Development Companies, Local Enterprise Office staff, Public Participation Network and Cork Environmental Forum members, Environmental NGOs, County Council Environment Awareness Officers, and members of the prison service, amongst others.

A key part of the event was the interactive workshop session exploring reuse and recycling opportunities and barriers. The findings from the day can be summarised in four priority areas as shown above. CRNI is currently working on many of these priority areas in collaboration with the regional authorities and Departments. For updates on our progress, please sign up to our quarterly newsletter at the bottom of this page.

  • November 10, 2017

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EPA Circular Economy Programme

CRNI supports its members and works to mainstream reuse thanks to core funding provided by the EPA under the Circular Economy Programme.

For more information about the programme see here.

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Green + Social Virtual Trade Fair

CRNI’s Green + Social Virtual Trade Fair is funded by Ireland’s Regional Waste Management Plan Offices. This innovative virtual platform is open 24/7 and gives visitors the opportunity to explore green and social procurement opportunities provided by reuse, repair and recycling social enterprises and community-based organisations across Ireland.

Access the Green + Social Virtual Trade Fair here.

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