2015 Associations

    • Green Business

      Green Business 

      Green Business is a free and confidential resource efficiency service for all types of SMEs in Ireland. The service is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the National Waste Prevention Programme with the objective of delivering substantive resource efficiency improvements and cost savings, through waste prevention and reductions in water and energy consumption. Businesses can request a free site visit carried out by our experienced Green Business advisors. Assessments are undertaken by professional environmental consultants.

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    • Food Storage and Distribution Federation

      Food Storage and Distribution Federation 

      The FSDF is the sole UK trade body that focuses on representing and supporting the interests of the entire food and drink logistics industry.

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    • PPMA

      PPMA 

      The PPMA is the UK's trade association for suppliers of processing and packaging machinery to the UK market and represents over 400 member and associate companies.

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    • British Water

      British Water 

      British Water is a corporate membership association and has a wide and varied membership covering all sectors of the water industry.

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    • Carbon Trust

      Carbon Trust 

      The Carbon Trust are independent experts with a mission to accelerate the move to a sustainable, low carbon economy.

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    • ADBA (Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association)

      ADBA (Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association) 

      ADBA was established in 2009 as a not-for-profit organisation representing businesses in the anaerobic digestion sector.

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    • WRAP

      WRAP 

      Our vision is a world where resources are used sustainably. Our work helps people recycle more and waste less, both at home and at work, and offers economic as well as environmental benefits We work with a wide range of partners, from major UK businesses, trade bodies and local authorities through to individuals looking for practical advice. We always aim to work together with others to achieve the best results. We have clear guiding principles: A focus on preventing waste Getting good value for money for the tax-payer and proving it Working in partnership and support

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    • The Next Manufacturing Revolution

      The Next Manufacturing Revolution 

      The Next Manufacturing Revolution is a not-for-profit collaboration founded by the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing, consultants Lavery/Pennell and 2degrees. It aims to unlock significant performance improvement in the manufacturing sector, driving greater profits, new jobs and reduced environmental impact. The landmark Next Manufacturing Revolution report (available at www.nextmanufacturingrevolution.org ) identified for UK manufacturers a £10B p.a. cost saving, 300,000 new jobs and a 27MtCO2e p.a. greenhouse gas reduction through non-labour resource efficiency (inclu

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    • MEBC

      MEBC 

      The Midlands Environmental Business Company is a not-for-profit organisation with a remit is to promote the business and economic benefits and opportunities of the implementation of sustainable development principles and the transformation to a Low Carbon society. MEBC is the regional branch of the UK Business Council for Sustainable Development

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    • Geoscience Ireland

      Geoscience Ireland 

      Geoscience Ireland (GI) is a network of 25 companies, delivering integrated expertise in water, minerals, environmental and infrastructure development to clients in over 50 countries. The companies and organisations involved in GI have overlapping expertise so they can come together to win significant international projects.   Launched in 2012, GI is supported by the Geological Survey of Ireland and Enterprise Ireland. The GI network provides design, consultancy and contracting services to multilateral agencies, governments and the private sector. The GI network of companies empl

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