If you want to find out more about the Zero Waste lifestyle and how to live a low impact life, then you’re absolutely right here. Below you can find a map of Zero Waste stores around Ireland. Check out our articles below to learn more.
Shopping is responsible for most of our waste production, so it is a good and important step to start shopping from zero waste stores. Zero waste stores are created around the idea of minimising waste by allowing people to refill their containers with what they need instead of buying groceries wr...
Your voice needs to be heard! Submit your response to the proposed Waste Action Plan until Friday, February 21, and help us to transition Ireland to have a true Circular Economy. You will find all information and our draft submission here.
Missed the last edition of the Festival? All of the talks from our recent Zero Waste Festival at the Science Gallery Dublin are now available to watch on our website and our new YouTube channel. Check them out!
In contrast to the ubiquitous Black Friday today (as many other people and businesses do, too) we want to support a Green Friday, characterized by less wasteful consumerism and sustainable choices.
For everyone passionate about shopping, but torn between the joy of wearing a new piece and the wider impact consumerism has on the planet, here’s a look at how to make your wardrobe more sustainable by using a zero waste approach. We’ll dive into the environmental impact of the fashion industry ...
As most of us spend a fair amount of hours a week at work, why not try to live a more sustainable and less wasteful lifestyle at the office, too? Laura Astori shares a few tips on how to introduce more sustainable practices at work and get your colleagues on board.
The term Zero Waste started out as an industry term for manufacturing processes that resulted in no waste. They do this by feeding waste back into the manufacturing process in the form of fuel or raw material. Manufacturing that operates in this way is central to the concept of a circular economy...
Is buying Zero Waste and package free in Dublin more expensive than just going to a “normal” supermarket? Follow along Celia’s journey to several package-free and traditional stores and see where Zero Waste shopping can actually save you money.
Recycling might be your first step towards a Zero Waste / low impact lifestyle, but hopefully this step will not be the last. Nevertheless, it is super important to do your recycling right and avoid wish-cycling.
Laura Cahill is a born minimalist who stumbled upon the Zero Waste lifestyle in 2003. She takes us on her personal journey towards low impact living and how a single talk brought Ireland on the fast track to Zero Waste.