REPAK FOR HOME

Repak has almost 3,000 member companies, these include manufacturers, supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, hotels, and other businesses who produce or sell packaging. These companies are committed to meeting their obligations to recycle their packaging and help pay for the collection of Ireland’s household recycling bins. Repak members have helped fund the recycling of over 10 million tonnes of packaging waste in Ireland since 1997. Repak is here to help you Recycle and Change for the Better. All of the information you need to ensure you do this correctly can be found below.

FIND YOUR LOCAL BRING BANK


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There are over 2,200 bring banks and 100 recycling centers nationwide that accept used packaging and other household recyclables.

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REPAK FOR SCHOOLS


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Repak has created the ‘Recycle and Change for the Better’ educational programme to encourage best recycling practices and in response to the rising levels of recycling bin contamination in Ireland.

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LATEST CAMPAIGNS

Repak's Green Christmas


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Look out for Repak’s Team Green Santa on posters and stickers in our member stores this Christmas. When you shop with a Repak member, you’re supporting recycling in Ireland!

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Repak's Team Green


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If everyone in Ireland recycled one more piece of plastic every week, we could recycle 250 million more pieces of plastic every year! Join Team Green by signing our plastic pledge.

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Shop with a Repak Member 2017


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Consumers nationwide can feel assured that by opting to purchase Christmas presents with a Repak member, they are playing a key role in helping to protect the environment.

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Repak Recycle Week 2017


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As a nation, we have recycled 8 billion plastic bottles, 7 billion glass bottles, 6 billion cans and 4 million tonnes of cardboard and paper since 1997.

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STAY SOCIAL


Students at Saint Oliver Plunkett's School in Monkstown have been learning about what we can do with some items left over from Christmas from @RepakRecycling, and telling us about some other ways to recycle our waste.

After the gifts are unwrapped and the food is devoured, the festive season leaves us with a lot of household waste. Laura Sherry from @RepakRecycling , joined us earlier with recycling tips to ensure it all ends up in the right place #IrlAM

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