DkIT and rx3 Network Events


rx3, “rethink, recycle, remake” are hosting their next Information Network Event in Dundalk on the 25th may. These events are designed to demonstrate how rx3 is working with the recycling sector and helping the development of the waste marketplace. rx3 will communicate programme initiatives currently in development.

Attendees can hear case studies from indigenous companies working with recyclable resources and local recycling businesses are also being asked to exhibit.

The event will showcase exhibits from the recent rx3 Trash to Cash Student competition and will host a pop up shop for Remake Ireland, Ireland’s first network of designers working with recyclable materials.

rx3 team members will provide information on recent programme developments which includes a presentation on the all island plastics waste arising study and recovered paper market and best practise guidance. An update will also be given on rx3 crop trials and the development of national compost quality standard and assurance scheme.

These events are only running over one morning in the Nursing Building in DKIT and are free to attend.

For more information and to register, please log on here.

rx3 was established to improve recycling by developing markets in Ireland rather than relying on overseas markets.

rx3 is a Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government initiative.

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