Reuse - Reuse - Reuse
Be smart, choose to reuse. What’s good for the environment can be good for your pocket too.
If you no longer have a use for something (e.g. table and chairs), why not pass it on to someone who has rather than throw it away! Or maybe you are looking to acquire something useful, and you just need to get in touch with someone who has what you are looking for.
There are some useful reuse/waste swop website links below that you can log onto.
Most items are free to take away, although there is a small charge for the schoolbooks.
Start reusing now - there’s no excuse. Good luck, and remember every time something is reused, you are helping the environment.
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- Free Trade Ireland
- Ennis Freecycle
- Kerry Freecycle
- Limerick Freecycle
- School Book Exchange
(An initiative of Macroom-E Project(see www.macroom-e.com) and is administered from the Macroom-E Enterprise Centre)
- Wastechange (Commercial Waste Trading)
- Pre Loved Books
Pre loved Books
There are at least two bookshops that sell pre-loved books in Ennis:
- Scéal Eile, Lower Market St., Ennis
- Oxfam Bookshop, Parnell St., Ennis
Charity Shops in Ennis selling pre-loved items (including books):
- Irish Cancer Society charity shop, Wood Quay, Ennis.
- Paw pourri, Lower Market St., Ennis.
- Somalia Shop, Wood Quay, Ennis.
- St. Vincent de Paul shop, Parnell St., Ennis.
- Enable Ireland, High Street, Ennis.
- Clare Care, Harmony Row, Ennis.
Page last updated: 22/02/11