CTC is currently working on several projects, nationally and internationally
Green Healthcare Programme
Stop Food Waste Programme
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.
Qualifying and Quantifying the Reuse Sector in Ireland
CTC has been commissioned by the Environmental Protection Agency Research Office to undertake a major project on the Reuse Sector in Ireland. The two year medium scale project is called: Quantifying and Qualifying the Reuse Sector in Ireland and was begun in March, 2019. More…
This project, funded by The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine supports waste prevention in the food businesses across Ireland. The current phase of the project involves developing online resources and remote support for businesses.
Food Path is a collaborative research project with Queens University Belfast and the Southern Regional Waste Management Office. It aims to provide a critical review of international best-practice in consumer-level food waste prevention, to analyse the effectiveness of exisiting behaviour change interventions in Ireland and to trial alternative approaches to food waste prevention in Ireland. The work is funded by EPA Research and takes place from 2020-2023.
Contact Sarah Broderick for more information.