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what to do with my recycling

Recycling is a group effort. We all have our part to play to not only recycle as much waste as possible but to also make sure our recycling is properly sorted. Recycling that includes non-recyclable items or is contaminated with food waste can end up in landfill.

what can i do to be more sustainable?

Sustainable living isn’t just about recycling. It’s a lifestyle that reduces our environmental impact in many ways, from the food we buy to the daily commute. There is no right or wrong way to live sustainably, you simply need to do whatever works for you and remember the small things matter. Food waste, for example, […]

what is my impact?

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. The environmental issues facing our planet are so huge and one person can only do so much. But it’s surprising how much difference one person can make – and if we all do our bit then the impact is amplified many times over. The choices we make, from the products […]

what to do with my food waste

Every household in Ireland is responsible for one ton of food waste per year. That’s between €400 and €1,000 per household per year thrown into the bin.   And it’s not just a waste of money, it’s also costing the earth.  Food waste sent to landfill does not harmlessly break down but instead releases methane, […]

what to do with my hazardous household waste?

From the cleaning cupboard to the bathroom shelf, every home contains an extensive collection of chemicals and other substances that can be harmful to our health or hazardous to the environment

what to do with my large items?

Electrical, electronic and battery waste (known as WEEE) is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the developed world – and also one of the most hazardous. Batteries and electronic goods contain heavy metals, such as mercury, cadmium and lead, that can pollute soil and water and are dangerous to human health.

what to do with my waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)?

Electrical, electronic and battery waste (known as WEEE) is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the developed world – and also one of the most hazardous. Batteries and electronic goods contain heavy metals, such as mercury, cadmium and lead, that can pollute soil and water and are dangerous to human health.

what to do with my textiles?

The textile industry is the second largest contributor to global pollution. Whether the raw material is obtained from a plant, animal or crude oil, the process of making textiles is both energy-demanding and pollutant-intensive, involving huge amounts of water, energy, chemicals, pesticides and herbicides. Unwanted textiles can be recycled: donate pre-loved garments, shoes and soft […]

what to do with my recycling

Recycling is a group effort. We all have our part to play to not only recycle as much waste as possible but to also make sure our recycling is properly sorted. Recycling that includes non-recyclable items or is contaminated with food waste can end up in landfill.

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