• Food Waste Charter

    Sign the food waste charter here
  • Money can grow on TREEs!

    A new and free online resource has been launched to help SMEs identify areas where savings can be made through improved environmental practices. Read More
  • Helping Irish companies save money

    The Green Business Programme is helping Irish companies save money... MORE
  • Get Resource Efficient Today

    See our services to Irish companies for Resource Efficiency... MORE
  • Sign up now for a free confidential REA

    Sign up today for a free and fully confidential REA... MORE

Welcome to the green business programme website

Our Services

GreenBusiness is here to help your business become more resource efficient and save money. Green Business facilitates free and confidential onsite Resource Efficiency Assessments (REAs) carried out by our independent experts, to help reduce your water, waste and energy bills. Based on this we provide you with a report outlining cost saving measures specific to your company.

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Case Studies

Supermac’s CGPP Summary

Read the summary of the CGPP project in Supermac’s

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Eileen O’Leary, Working to Reduce Commercial Food Waste in Ireland presentation, Turn Food Waste into Profit Seminar 2017

Eileen O’Leary, presents on behalf of the Clean Technology Centre, at the Turn Food Waste into Profit Seminar, The Bush Hotel, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim

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Workshops / Events

Green Business Seminar, Ennis, Co. Clare

Green Business will be hosting a free morning seminar at Glór Theatre, Ennis, Co. Clare on the Wednesday, 28th June

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Tip of the Week

What business is saying about "The Green Business Programme”

Resource Efficiency Partners

Green Business is partnering with many different programmes to provide resource efficiency supports in Ireland.

Latest news

Year of Sustainable Business 2018′ unveiled in National Mitigation Plan

Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment have published the first National Mitigation plan towards a low carbon, resilient and environmentally sustainable economy by 2050.

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