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What is Biological Treatment?

Materials that were once part of a living organism will slowly rot if the conditions are right. These are called “biodegradable” wastes. Composting and anaerobic digestion are methods of controlling (and speeding up) this decomposition process. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO BIOLOGICALLY TREAT WASTE? We have a major waste challenge in Ireland. We all produce...

Composting Organic Matter

Composting is an easy way to recycle your garden and kitchen rubbish, and it is a critical step in reducing the volume of waste needlessly sent to landfills for disposal. It provides a useful means of transforming biodegradable waste, such as fruit, vegetables, teabags and garden waste, into a product that can improve soil structure...

What is Recycling?

Recycling is the processing of waste products to provide the raw material to make new ones. When you take materials to a bring bank or put them out for the local authority to collect, they have not at that point been recycled – although they have been collected for recycling. The recycling process as a...

Waste Management in Ireland

Waste management is one of the most problematic and challenging environmental issues in Ireland at the present time. Historically, we have had inadequate waste management planning, were almost completely dependent on poorly managed, cheap landfill and had little or no awareness that individuals should take responsibility for their own waste. When Ireland was ignoring the...

Your Business Waste – Why sort it?

Waste management costs money but managing it in an unsustainable manner costs even more. Waste in Ireland has now become one of the most pressing environmental issues – it affects all of us and we all contribute to it. Individuals at home and at work have a vital role to play in solving the major...

TAKE ACTION AT WORK – REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE

WHY CHANGE? Waste issues are becoming increasingly significant to organisations these days. Three key areas forcing organisations to address waste management include: Economic Motivation The cost of waste disposal has significantly increased in recent times. Thus, there is a strong incentive for all who produce waste to minimise it by reducing, reusing and recycling. Environmental...

TAKE ACTION AT HOME – REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE

RECYCLING AT HOME Reducing, reusing and recycling household waste is easy and can save you real money — especially now that pay by use schemes are being expanded throughout the country. It is now easier than ever to do your bit towards caring for the environment and building a cleaner, healthier life for your family....

Local Authorities For Recycling in Ireland

Your local authority can provide you with all the information you need about the waste management services in your area, including Bring Banks and Recycling Centres, and specific details of your local Pay by Use scheme. For the purpose of planning waste management in Ireland, some counties have grouped together to provide a shared solution...

Why Ireland Needs Recycling Companies

Including some sort of recycling in your daily routine would make a big difference to the Race Against Waste. When something is ready to be thrown out, stop and think if it can be recycled. Can the material be worked on, cleaned up or reprocessed in some way so that it can be used in...

Recycling Ferrous Metals in Ireland

Metal has remained over the years to be one of the best and commonly used natural materials. With varying chemical components, metal is classified in various categories depending on the chemical composition and as well its ability to withstand various corrosive environments. Ferrous metals are mainly characterized by the presence of iron and more so...

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