Ireland’s best-known sustainability initiative, TidyTowns, has kicked off across the country. The TidyTown competition encourages towns and villages of all sizes to improve their local environment and make more sustainable choices. The TidyTowns competition brings communities together, whilst also promoting more environmentally conscious choices.
Towns and villages that participate in the TidyTowns competition and demonstrate great results receive a cash reward, which can be used to develop and improve the local area. This monetary reward means that TidyTowns is a popular initiative, with hundreds of towns and villages across Ireland already registered.
A focal category of the TidyTowns competition is “Sustainability – Doing More with Less.” To be successful in this category of the competition, local residents will need to repair or reuse and recycle objects to practice a sustainable way of living. Rather than ditching a product once it’s broken, choose to have it repaired instead.
The TidyTowns competition and its focus on sustainability mean that now, more than ever, Irelands residents are seeking out local repair people to fix broken items. Repair My Stuff Ireland allows independent repair businesses and contractors to register their details with the biggest online repair portal in the country.
Be visible to prospective customers when they’re looking for your business by registering your company on the Repair My Stuff Ireland directory. It’s completely free to register, and your presence on the website helps match you with local people requiring your services.
Repair My Stuff Ireland is suitable for a whole host of repair businesses, whether you specialise in repairing electronics, jewellery, instruments, garden machinery, clothing or more – the range is vast.
Take advantage of the TidyTowns competition by registering your business for free on Repair My Stuff Ireland.
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.