Tweet Christmas has traditionally been a time of celebration and somewhat over-indulgence. Images of a Christmas tree shining with lights and baubles and a roaring fire with stockings hanging from the mantel are brought to mind. However, in our endeavours to make our homes festive and our stomachs full, we can overlook the amount of waste that the festive season brings. Figures from Repak show that in Ireland, our packaging waste increases by up to 25% over the holiday season, with a staggering 74,000 tonnes of used glass, paper and cardboard being produced (that’s 44 kilos of waste per household!). We get through 6 million rolls of wrapping...
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We are looking for a part-time project manager for our ‘Towards Zero Waste Cashel’ pilot
The Ballymore Eustace Tidy Towns group took part in one of our Food Rescue Events with top chef, Gillian Duff.
VOICE had a great day at the ‘Waste Not Want Not’ fair on October 18th helping to spread the word about food waste and its impact on the environment.
Come and join the Ballymore Eustace Tidy Towns Group for a Food Rescue Event on Friday, 21st October at 7:30 p.m.
In honour of National Reuse Month this October, Cashel is rowing in to promote creative consumption.