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NI Businesses Must Prioritise Responsible Consumption & Production

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Northern Ireland businesses must prioritise Responsible Consumption and Production, according to delegates at the recent recent Making Global Goals Local Business – Belfast event. The conference centred around the Global Goals adopted by United Nation member states in 2015 and in a post-event survey, attendees identified Goal 12 as the most important for the private… Read More

WIN Tickets to Balmoral Show 2018!

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Are you interested in Making Waste Wonderful? In how you can better reduce, reuse and recycle your waste to make this world a healthier, cleaner place? If so, why don’t you signup to receive our monthly newsletters? Full of interesting information on new ways we can all help to reduce plastic pollution, move waste away… Read More

Visit Belfast & Habitat For Humanity Rearranging the Furniture

Visit Belfast Habitat For Humanity

Did you know that in the UK we throw away more than 300,000 tonnes of reusable furniture every year? It’s a massive problem and usually caused by the fact that bulky waste doesn’t fit in bins and often not even in cars, so individuals and businesses find it difficult to ethically dispose. We work closely… Read More

Barry Donaghy Speaking at UN SDG Roadshow 2018

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  We are delighted to announce that our Managing Director Barry Donaghy will be a panelist and speaker at the forthcoming Sustainable Development Goals Roadshow, in Belfast. The theme of the event is ‘Making Global Goals Local Business’ and it will centre around the Global Goals adopted by United Nation member states in 2015. The… Read More

Northern Ireland Businesses Tackling Plastic Pollution – List

ISL Plastic Waste

As the war against Plastic Pollution becomes more and more widespread, we wanted to shed some light on local waste heroes. With every passing week more Northern Ireland businesses are taking steps to reduce their plastic use and to boost recycling in their regions. Here are just a few. Feel free to contact us if… Read More

Grand Opera House Belfast Family Festival 2018

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We are delighted to announce that ISL Waste Management will be the principal sponsor of this year’s Grand Opera House Family Festival. Running for the second year, the festival features a three day programme of unmissable events, with something for everyone. From a Fairy Godmother’s Tea Party, to animation workshops and exotic animal sessions, there… Read More

ISL & Ulidia Tackle Plastic Waste with BBC

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We were incredibly proud to be featured in a recent BBC Schools report, along with the amazing Eco Team from Ulidia Integrated College. Northern Ireland’s First Zero Waste to Landfill School We have been working with Ulidia for a number of years, helping them to ensure that all of their waste is responsibly dealt with…. Read More

Litter Hero Charlie gets ISL Beach Clean Bin

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ISL Waste Management is delighted to offer support to five year old litter hero, Charlie Hamilton-Cooper. For the last year the young schoolboy has travelled the length and breadth of Northern Ireland with his parents, taking part in 24 beach cleanups on the way. Charlie, from Crossgar, regularly collects items such as plastic bottles and… Read More

Costa’s Coffee Cup Recycling Scheme – Can Your Business Follow Suit?

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Did you know that 99.75% of disposable cups, like the ones handed out from your local coffee shop every day, are not recycled? Most end up in landfill, many end up in the ocean and littering our beaches. Traditionally the receptacles have proved difficult to recycle. The mix of paper and plastic in the inner… Read More

Easter 2018 – Commercial Waste and Recycling Collections

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Clients and businesses around Northern Ireland will be glad to know that we are only closing for one day over the 2018 Easter period. In order to offer you the best service possible, the only day waste and recycling collections will not be taking place will be Easter Sunday this year. We will be operating… Read More