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Schools Power European Battery Recycling Week
12th September 2018Schools Top of the Class for Recycling! On European Battery Recycling Week, 3- 9 September, WEEE Ireland is proud to announce that schools around the country have come top of the class for battery...Read Full Article »
The schools programme yielded an important 28 tonnes of waste batteries in 2017
21st June 2018Most Successful Year to Date as WEEE Ireland Grows from Strength-to-Strength, Collecting 35,708 Tonnes of E-Waste WEEE Ireland, Ireland’s largest electrical and battery recycling scheme powered...Read Full Article »
The Next Generation of WEEE Recyclers!
27th April 2018Small Things Matter Do you know the importance of recycling your old electronics? Take the Pledge today to recycle small e-waste and show the world that Small Things do Matter! Because together...Read Full Article »
Five More Years! WEEE Ireland and LauraLynn’s Powerful Partnership Continues
6th March 2018WEEE Ireland today announced that they will charge on with their electrifying fundraising partnership with LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice. Their renewed commitment for a further 5...Read Full Article »
Battery Box Appeal for LauraLynn
22nd November 2017WEEE Need Your Help! WEEE are making an appeal to students and teachers around the country to search high and low around their homes and recycle as many batteries as possible in your school before...Read Full Article »
Climate Action Week!
10th October 2017WEEE Can Help! Climate Action Week is running from 16th - 20th October and it is the first time it is being held in Ireland. If you host a Climate Action Day in your school it will count in...Read Full Article »
WEEE Have a New Educational Asset!
27th September 2017The aim is to educate the younger generation to be Guardians of Our Planet by making them aware of the importance of battery recycling. WEEE hope teachers in schools around the country...Read Full Article »
Bosco’s Shout Out to the Boys & Girls to Recycle Batteries for LauraLynn
19th September 2017Bosco and Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment, Denis Naughten TD announced the winners of the WEEE Pledge schools battery recycling challenge and launched WEEE Ireland’s...Read Full Article »
WEEE Pledge Prize Winners 2016
14th September 2017Children across the country have been playing their part over the last year through the WEEE Pledge schools battery recycling challenge. Winners of the programme in their county, collected thousands...Read Full Article »
Naught just your average club!
24th April 2017Kilbride Foróige Members collect 2,500 batteries for WEEE Ireland Minister for Communications, Climate Action & Environment Denis Naughten TD congratulates members on their outstanding...Read Full Article »