Improving waste management practices though a voluntary
grouping of seven local authorities in Northern Ireland.

Reuse


Before you throw something into the bin, think about whether you or somebody else could reuse it.

Donating clothes, toys, books, furniture, electrical goods and other unwanted items to charity not only reduces our waste burden, it’s also beneficial for society.

Don’t forget you can also refill bottles, reuse bags and find new uses for all kinds of household items that you might ordinarily consider rubbish.  Some plastic sweet tubs, for example, can now be reused to microwave or freeze food in.

Supported by
  • Strategic Investment Board
  • Department of the Environment
© North West Region Waste Management Group
  • Ballymoney District Council
  • Coleraine District Council
  • Derry District Council
  • Limavady District Council
  • Magherafelt District Council
  • Moyle District Council
  • Strabane District Council