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Discover Energy Saving Solutions at SEAI’s Energy Show

– Visit the Energy Show 2017, RDS Dublin, April 5th and 6th – Green Business will be at stand A11 with SMILE Resource Exchange.

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BIM assists Irish seafood industry to drive sustainability agenda

BIM, Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency, has launched a new certification standard to drive sustainability in the Irish Fishing Sector.

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It’s end of ‘buy one, get one free’ deals to stop food waste

The end of multi-buy offers in supermarkets could be on the way as part of a new initiative aimed at reducing food waste, according to the Irish Independent.

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The State of Ireland’s Environment 2016

New Video from the EPA on the state of Irelands Environment report.

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Ireland is getting serious about tackling Food Waste

Wasting food is a global issue that creates significant environmental, economic, social and ethical problems.

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Hotels to tackle waste through portion size and food box options

A choice of portion sizes, second helpings and the option to bring home leftovers may soon be commonplace as hotel and guest house owners try to reduce the amount of food waste in their kitchens and dining rooms.

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BIM highlights the benefits of ‘Going Green’ with new Cost Efficiency Guide

BIM, Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency, recently launched a Resource Efficiency Guide aimed at seafood processors to assist them to operate more sustainably at the annual Green Awards 2017 on the 21st February.

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Green Healthcare will attend the National Health Expo in City West 14th February

Green Healthcare will attend the National Health Expo in City West 14th February…

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Origin Green Sustainability Report

Sustainability Report 2016
Launched in 2012, Origin Green is the national sustainability programme for the Irish food and drink industry. It is the only sustainability programme in the world which …

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Carbery makes good on its Green 50 pledge

Last year Carbery Food Ingredients assigned itself a target of diverting 15% less waste to landfill compared to 2015 levels. The pledge was made as part of the Green 50 initiative, which is supported …

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