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Each person in Ireland produces 586kgs of waste per annum, the 6th highest in Europe. When something breaks, it’s often perceived as easier to just buy a replacement product – which is where Repair My Stuff comes in. Our free, live directory of repair businesses and independent workers shows where you can get your items repaired locally.


Repairing over replacing minimises the amount of waste produced, and also comes with a number of other benefits. When you choose a repair through Repair My Stuff, you’re often supporting a local business. Whatsmore, repairing broken items is more cost-effective than replacing them with brand new products.


This supports the “circular economy”, a phrase that places resource use, waste prevention, repair, and reuse at its core. Taking this approach has long been encouraged, but recently a landmark bill has been passed by the cabinet which introduces world-leading moves to reduce waste and influence behavior.


The Circular Economy Bill aims to underpin the current “take-make-waste” model that currently operates in Ireland. “Take-make-waste” refers to how in most circumstances, things such as electricals and appliances are purchased, used and then disposed of as if a single-use product. The Circular Economy Bill challenges that and will introduce a sustainable pattern of production and consumption.


A key part of The Circular Economy Bill is the re-use of resources and reduced consumption. This means more repairing and reusing over disposing and replacing, a move that will dramatically reduce Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions.


“Supporting the increased use of recycled or reused materials in the Irish market” is an action point laid out by The Circular Economy Bill. Everyone is encouraged to start doing their part when it comes to a more sustainable Ireland, which is where Repair My Stuff can help.


Don’t be overwhelmed when it comes to organising a repair. You may not know why your fridge or television has stopped working, but with Repair My Stuff, we’ll find you a local tradesperson or business that does.

Visit RepairMyStuff.ie to learn more.

About RepairMyStuff.ie

RepairMystuff.ie is an all Island repair directory platform. We are committed to supporting small businesses that offer repair services in their local community.

Why Repair?

For many, purchasing a new pc or new washing machine when an old one breaks is the norm, however, Repair and Reuse is often a cheaper and most certainly a more environmentally sustainable option. Find A Local Professional

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This website is an initiative of Monaghan County Council, other local authorities, the Local Authority Waste Prevention Network (LAPN), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the repair industry.