Community Resources Network Ireland (CRNI) is Ireland’s network for community based reuse, repair and recycling organisations.
The organisational vision is an Ireland where the word ‘Waste’ doesn’t exist and where our entire community benefits from the social, environmental and economic value of all reusable resources. The team aim is to promote community based, sustainable waste management as a practical and effective way of tackling Ireland’s growing waste problem.
CRNI will host a Conference on June 2nd and 3rd 2021. The theme of the conference is Jobs & Skills in the Circular Economy.
CRNI believe there has never been a better time to avail of European and national policy and funding programmes to invest in green and social jobs. But how is all of this momentum translating into reuse, repair and recycling training and job opportunities on the ground?
What are the barriers to developing these skills and jobs and reaping the economic, social and environmental benefits of a circular economy right across society? Join us for this important free event to explore, with key policy makers and practitioners, how we can make the most of this policy and funding landscape to create real career opportunities in the transition to a more circular economy.
If you are interest in attending this online conference event you can register here
About Recycle IT
Recycle IT provide recycling opportunities to home and business customers for all types of electronics equipment. Recycle IT offer a range of services including free, drop off, free community collections and cost-effective personal or business collections.
Our team will accept old household electrical items, small office electrical items alongside your garden power tools and pure metal equipment. We can also accept commercial appliances but do call in advance.
Recycle IT as a social enterprise works in partnership with WEEE Ireland. Recycle IT are supported by Pobal, South Dublin County Council and authorized by the National Waste Collection Permit Office. Recycle IT are active members of Community Resources Network Ireland (CRNI).