Action Renewables is the leading organisation in Northern Ireland in the promotion and development of renewable energy.
All Electrical Recycling Ltd is a Belfast based, province wide electrical recycling company. They offer a number of free electrical recycling services, and have an interesting recycle at work scheme.
arc21 is one of three waste management groups in Northern Ireland representing 11 councils in the east of the Province, these are: Antrim, Ards, Ballymena, Belfast, Carrickfergus, Castlereagh, Down, Larne, Lisburn, Newtownabbey and North Down.
ARENA Network is the Environmental Campaign of Business in the Community. It was launched in 1995 to co-ordinate all business environmental initiatives in Northern Ireland and provide an Environmental Support Service for Northern Ireland business.
Baglady Productions highlights environmental issues throughout Northern Ireland and beyond by awareness raising in schools and communities.
Bryson Recycling was aunched in 1993 and provides a recycling service for homes, businesses and schools in Northern Ireland.
The Carbon Trust provide specialist support to business and the public sector to help cut carbon emissions, save energy and commercialise low carbon technologies.
Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) is the UK government department responsible for policy and regulations on the environment, food and rural affairs.
Department for the Environment website provides information on current waste legislation.
Eco Schools website provides information on the Eco-schools programme and information on how to get the whole school community involved in improving the school environment.
Energy Saving Trust provides information on home insulation.
Envirogreenrecycling.com for recycling tips and advice
ERP UK Ltd is the UK operation for European Recycling Platform (ERP) and is one of the UK’s largest battery compliance schemes. It's WEEE members are responsible for over 15% of the electrical and electronic products sold in the UK. ERP was approved by the Environment Agency as a WEEE producer compliance scheme and as a battery compliance scheme.
Freecycle is a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (& getting) stuff for free in their own towns. It's all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills.
Freegle is an email list hosted on Yahoo! Groups that allows you to give stuff away when you need to get rid of it but don't want to throw it in the bin.
Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI) is a public body that has replaced the Industrial Development Board for Northern Ireland (IDB). Through innovation and entrepreneurship Invest NI is working to create a large base of locally and externally owned world-class companies.
Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee (LARAC) is an organisation for Local Authorities representing local government recycling officers.
Love Food Hate Waste NI campaign aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste. The campaign shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home we can all waste less food, which will ultimately benefit our purses and the environment too.
National Industrial Symbiosis Programme is an innovative business opportunity programme that delivers bottom line benefits for its members whilst generating positive outcomes for the environment and society. NISP's vision is to change the way business thinks. Operating at the forefront of industrial symbiosis thinking and practice, the programme helps companies take a fresh look at their resources.
NI Business Info offers advice about how you can manage your business energy consumption by using simple, low-cost measures and applying technology and improved processes to achieve more efficient energy use.
Northern Ireland Environment Agency is an agency within the Department for the Environment. It aims to protect and conserve NI natural heritage and built environment; control pollution, and promote the wider appreciation of the environment and best environmental practices.
Northern Ireland Environment Link (NIEL) is the forum and networking body for organisations interested in the environment of Northern Ireland. NIEL facilitates understanding of environmental issues and enhances the capacity of groups and individuals to speak and act in a co-ordinated way in the interests of the natural and built environment.
NI Water provides advice on saving water.
North West Region Waste Management Group represents voluntary grouping of seven local authorities in Northern Ireland. These are: Coleraine Borough Council (BC); Ballymoney BC, Derry City, Limavady BC, Magherafelt District Council (DC), Moyle DC and Strabane DC.
Programme Delivery Support Group works closely with its co-funding organisations, DOE and SIB. The PDSU Director reports to a Programme Board made up of representatives of DOE, SIB, Department of Finance and Personnel (DFP) and representatives from each of the waste management groups, arc21, NWRWMG and SWaMP2008.
Recycle Now is a WRAP run website which contains a wealth of information on what, how and where things can be recycled in your community.
Southern Waste Management Partnership comprises eight local authorities. These are: Armagh City and District Council; Banbridge District Council; Cookstown District Council; Craigavon Borough Council; Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council; Fermanagh District Council; Newry and Mourne District Council; and Omagh District Council.
TIDY Northern Ireland is the organisation which runs the Keep Northern Ireland Tidy Campaign and manages a number of local environmental quality programmes such as Blue Flag, Borough Cleanliness Survey, TIDY Communities, TIDY Business and Eco-Schools.
Women's Environmental Network is a campaigning organisation on Environmental issues with lots of useful information on re-usable nappies.
WRAPNI is the Waste & Resources Action Programme. WRAP's vision is a world without waste, where resources are used sustainably. WRAP work with businesses and individuals to help them reap the benefits of reducing waste, develop sustainable products and use resources in an efficient way.