CTC is currently working on several projects, nationally and internationally
Green Healthcare Programme
The Green Healthcare Programme (an EPA National Waste Prevention Programme initiative) assists healthcare facilities in Ireland to improve resource efficiency, prevent waste and reduce costs.
Green Business Programme
The Green Business Programme (an EPA National Waste Prevention Programme initiative) is a free and confidential resource efficiency service for all types of SMEs in Ireland, helping them reduce waste and save money.
Stop Food Waste Programme
The Stop Food Waste Programme (an EPA National Waste Prevention Programme initiative) supports many sectors of society to reduce food waste and compost the fraction that cannot be prevented.
Local Authority Prevention Network
The Local Authority Prevention Network (LAPN) (an EPA National Waste Prevention Programme initiative) builds capacity in local authorities for promoting waste prevention at a local and grassroots level for the benefit of their regions.
Green Hospitality Programme
The Green Hospitality Programme ((an EPA National Waste Prevention Programme initiative) supports companies in the catering and hospitality sector to reduce waste and emissions, and save on costs.
Reducing Commercial Food Waste in Ireland
This EPA Research Programme project will identify the main sources of food waste in the Commercial Sector in Ireland. It will also analyse the causes of food waste within these activities and identify potential methods of preventing such waste. More…
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This EU Horizon 2020 Funded Project aims to improve the competitiveness of the EU industrial sector by reducing energy costs in industrial water processes.
This project will identify the most important economic sectors in Ireland (in terms of size, value, employment, and particularly resource use), and to provide outline resource efficiency (RE) metrics and benchmarks for these sectors, using international and published data, as well as actual Irish industrial data.
This research is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency, under the 2014 EPA Research Call.
If you would like to discuss the project with us or for further information, contact Colman McCarthy.