Read our latest report to find out more about what we achieved in 2017. Read past reports to gain insight into our activities.
The year 2017 saw growth of the network, strengthening of its position in the sector and improved communications through wide engagement and involvement in key campaigns. Five new members were brought on board and two research projects were initiated including the EPA funded Quality Standard (“Re.Mark”) project, which aims to establish the value of a reuse quality mark for Ireland / Northern Ireland in strengthening consumer confidence in reuse goods.
2016 was another important year in raising the organisation’s profile at a national level. The network published a White Paper on reuse, recycling and social policy, held a very successful conference on Business models for reuse, hosted the European RREUSE network meeting, worked with the three regional waste authorities on Ireland’s first Reuse Month October, revamped the CRNI website and was awarded Green Enterprise funding for a Quality Mark research project from the EPA.
Copies of our annual report and audited accounts are available below.
2015 was an important year in the raising the organisation’s profile on a national level. It is clear that the hard work building the network in the early years of its life paid dividends in 2015, and the impact and significance of CRNI on the resource efficiency landscape in Ireland has grown.
2014 was a year in which CRNI cemented its role as a key stakeholder in the Irish environmental sector. The network completed two exciting Green Business projects funded under the EPA Strive Programme in 2014; the Reuse It! smartphone app and the Revival by CRNI pop-up shop and educational space.
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