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Corofin tidy towns is a voluntary group with the objective of working to sustain and improve the area that we live in. Ultimately, we strive for our group to have the broadest representation from different sections of our community. The activities of our group can greatly improve a sense of community, quality of people’s lives and local environments. An area that looks good has a better chance to thrive as well as being a nice place to live. New members are always welcome and we strongly encourage close ties with other organisations within our community.
Tips on reducing food waste in your home – and saving money to boot! Did you know that the average household throws away on average €700 worth of food each year? Follow the link below to find out how you can make both monetary and environmental savings. www.stopfoodwaste.ie
Does your junk mail go directly to the recycling bin? if you’re tired of receiving wasteful and unsolicited material in the post, use the link below to contact the I.D.M.A. (Interactive Direct Marketing Association) and remove your name from direct mailing lists. ‘Say No’ to junk mail.
Discover how to give away and receive goods for free. The Freecycle Network™ is made up of 5,097 groups with 9,333,104 members around the world. It’s a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns. It’s all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills. www.freecycle.org.
JumbleTown is a virtual Market Place for anyone looking to give away and/or acquire literally thousands of useful items. JumbleTown simply brings ‘Givers’ and ‘Takers’ together. It also promotes the practice of ‘life-cycling’, which is all about ensuring that the life-cycle or usefulness of an item is completed before it is recycled or discarded. www.jumbletown.ie.
FreeTrade Ireland is a web service designed to facilitate and encourage the reuse of household and business items. www.freetradeireland.ie.