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EcoCert is a Certification scheme for SME (Small and Medium size Businesses) enabling Company's to save money on on your Energy costs, your Waste generation and disposal, your Water Costs and improve your Environmental Performance and become Environmentally Certified Small Investment – Substantial Return Water Energy and Waste
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So many materials can be recycled. Some you can recycle at home by placing them into your recycle bin and others can be recycled by taking them to yourlocal recycling centre or civic amenity site.
The EcoCert is an environmental management system and Certification Scheme for Small Businesses in County Waterford. It is supported by Government through the EPA (Environment Protection Agency) and builds on the Green Business theme where local authorities have a commitment to promoting and supporting ‘green’ business in their area. It is designed to help SME’s (Small and Medium Enterprise) businesses and other organisations to simultaneously reduce their costs and improve their environmental performance.
The EcoCert scheme provides an environmental advisor who identifies savings that can be made in the areas of waste, energy and water and then helps the organisation to establish a simple system to continue to improve. Once their system is in place the participating businesses are awarded a certificate to prove their environmental credentials.
Waterford County Council are partners with EcoCert, and congratulate the Dunhill Rural Enterprises Ltd on qualifying for an EcoCert.
See below picture taken of the presentation of the EcoCert to Dunhill Rural Enterprise by Phil Hogan TD, Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government on Friday 26th August 2011.
Left to Right in picture:
Ray O’ Dwyer, Waterford County Manager, Anne Sullivan, Environmental Education and Awareness Officer Waterford County Council, Paul Dunne, Development Manager of Dunhill Ecopark, Phil Hogan TD, Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Helen Kavanagh, Project Officer Interreg Action Dunhill and Willie Moore, Chairperson of Dunhill Rural Enterprises Ltd.