CRNI is a member and board member of RREUSE, the European network representing social enterprises active in re-use, repair and recycling. Through this umbrella organisation, CRNI is able to contribute to European policy as well as learn from other Member States how to support our members and help mainstream reuse and repair in Ireland. CRNI also currently holds the Vice President role for RREUSE.

Right to Repair

CRNI is a member of the Right to Repair campaign, a coalition of European organisations pushing for system change around repair. Through this coalition, CRNI is able to contribute to Euroepan policy in particular related to repair, promote our repair members as well as learning from other Member States how to better support repair activiites in Ireland.


CRNI is a member of ECOS, an international NGO advocating for environmentally friendly technical standards, policies and laws. Through this membership we help ensure the reuse, repair and recycling voice is heard when standards are developed and help to drive change by providing expertise to policymakers and industry players, leading to the implementation of strong environmental principles.

Circular Communities Scotland

Circular Communities Scotland is a network membership organisation, dedicated to supporting the establishment of a thriving circular economy in Scotland. It supports and represents repair, reuse and recycling charities and social enterprises across the country. Circular Communities Scotland members prevent valuable products and materials from entering landfill, create local jobs, economic opportunities, and help promote and create social and environmental justice in their communities.

The membership body both represents members, and the sector as a whole, to a range of stakeholders including the Scottish Government, as well as supporting membership with everything from networking, funding and events, as well as facilitating the growth of the sector in Scotland more widely.

As well as supporting and representing members, Circular Communities Scotland also runs its own ‘Reuse Consortium’ and is involved in a number of projects and programmes to support the third sector in support of Net Zero.

Circular Communities Scotland is funded by Zero Waste Scotland.

Alliance for Insurance Reform

CRNI is a member of the Alliance for Insurance Reform, which brings together a range of civic and business organisations from across Ireland in highlighting the negative impact of persistently high premiums and calling for real reforms that will quickly reduce liability and motor insurance premiums to affordable levels and keep them that way. Through this membership we hope to tackle the high insurance premiums our members face and address prohibitive liability issues around repair.

The Wheel

CRNI is a member of The Wheel, Ireland’s national association of community and voluntary organisations, charities and social enterprises. Through this membership we contribute to national policy on the community and voluntary sector on behalf of our members and connect with other similar organisations.

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Our funders

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.

Project Funding

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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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