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Plastic Fantastic: Entrepreneur Rita Shah on her recycling empire Whether she’s in the office, at the stables with her racehorses, or helping others through her charity work, Rita Shah loves life. She was honoured during Athlone Institute of Technology’s 2019 conferring ceremony with the institute’s highest honour – a Distinguished Fellowship. The title was bestowed

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‘Plastic is a beautiful thing if you can take care of it’ Shabra Plastics is the largest plastics recycler in Ireland, recycling 100,000 tonnes of plastics annually. Based in Castleblaney, Co Monaghan, the business was founded over 30 years ago by Rita Shah and Oliver Brady. Shabra Plastics operates a so-called closed-loop process for the

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Two local women among winners at Irish Women’s Awards Two local women were among those to take home awards at the Irish Women’s Awards last night. Well-known local entrepreneur Rita Shah has been crowned Ireland’s Business Woman of the Year. While Cathriona McConnell of Donaghmoyne GAA was rewared for her services to sport. The first

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Around the globe, health care industry is the biggest industry serving billions of people. While doing so, a large amount of waste comes out in the form of needles, plastic containers, tissues etc. These materials are normally thrown away once they are used, thereby increasing dump and waste. However, recycling is changing things in a

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In today’s world, anything that is good for the environment, nature and society is worth discussing. Discussion on relevant processes not only spreads awareness but also make people understand its importance. This is the reason why, recycling has become such an important topic of discussion.  In order to make the people more aware about this

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Recycling of products is the need of the hour because our natural resources are depleting and consumerism is escalating. Many big industries involved in recycling of products have emerged in last few years. Manufacturers involved; collect these reused products from various sources and after recycling sell them in the market. So, let’s have a look

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Natural resources are getting extinct and consumerism is at its increase that’s the main reason why recycling is of paramount significance. In layman terms, it is a process of extracting new products from waste, and if this process is not performed well, soon we will be sitting on the heap of garbage, this is why

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Recycling in today’s word is developing fast.  It is emerging strong and is solving lots of environmental hazards. One factor that has tremendously accelerated growth in this sector is technology.  Technology combined with recycling has revolutionized the way in which we use our resources. Where on one end recycling is churning out new materials, technology

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There is an ancient saying that in every small effort is hidden an acknowledgement of something big.  People and government in Ireland with their efforts in recycling have proven this saying again. In only a short span of time, not only Ireland has managed to reduce the waste in landfills but is now heading towards

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Recycled products Ireland There are many sources of energy in nature which are non-renewable and renewable and all these are abundantly available. What is required to use these resources optimally well is the knowledge about them. This is why understanding of recycling becomes so imperative. Here is more information about Recycled products Ireland. So to

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