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Soft plastics can now be placed in your household recycle binLearn More
Start typing the object you want to dispose of (eg. glass, aerosol, pizza box) to find out more about how and where to dispose of it properly.
The sharing economy, also called the collaborative economy is based on shared resources, like a room, a service, reselling, a skill or a car, between individuals and facilitated by the internet, in its majority as a temporary exchange.
Simple actions are not only good for your health and wellbeing but are also positive climate actions, being kind to you is being kind to the planet
The world of gadgets moves very fast, with consumers upgrading regularly meaning that second hand items still hold their value so be sure to donate or sell them. Repair and reuse should always come before recycling.
Right now the only way to combat waste is to reduce our dependency on single use through switching to a reusable option! So, if in cafe be sure to ask for a ceramic cup when sitting in or bring along your reuseable cup for your take away.
Buying clothes has never been easier but this convenience comes at a price and to more than just your wallet. In Ireland we discard about 170,000 tonnes of textiles each year. One way to reduce this waste is to stop buying cheap, poor quality clothing and look to more sustainable sources such as second hand and vintage.
Welcome to My Waste, Ireland’s official guide to managing your waste. Here you will find everything you need to know about how to manage your waste responsibly and efficiently. Browse this site for local waste services, recycling facilities, information on preventing, reusing and disposing of waste.more about my waste
Why now, what’s changed?Learn More
Some of your questions and concerns covered by the expertsLearn More
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