Their mission is to drive Ireland’s competitiveness and productivity by creating the conditions where enterprise, entrepreneurship and innovation can flourish and quality employment opportunities are grown and maintained.
The mission of the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government is to promote sustainable development and improve the quality of life through protection of the environment and heritage, infrastructure provision, balanced regional development and good local government. It is also charged with addressing climate change.
Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation charged with assisting the development of Irish enterprise.
Ireland's statutory body for the balanced and sustainable protection and management of the environment.
Forfas is Ireland's national policy advisory body for enterprise and science.
Ireland's inward investment promotion agency, IDA Ireland partners with foreign investors, helping them to set up and develop their business in Ireland.
InterTradeIreland is the only organisation which has been given responsibility by both Governments to boost North/South economic co-operation to the mutual benefit of Northern Ireland and Ireland.
NSAI is Ireland's official standards body.
Science Foundation Ireland is the national foundation for investment in scientific and engineering research.
SEAI is Ireland' national energy authority. They promote sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices.
The Health and Safety Authority has overall responsibility for the administration and enforcement of health and safety at work in Ireland.
Professional and practical advice and information on all aspects of health and safety for IBEC members.
Instruments for reducing the Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions of the polymer industry and supply chain.
An EU-wide programme promoting effective and practical energy management tools in the plastics processing industry.
The Materials Research Institute of AIT offers a range of contract testing, consultancy and analysis services to the Irish Plastics Industry in the
areas of materials, manufacturing and end-product assessment.
The PPRC builds on well established expertise at Queen's in rotational moulding and polymer extrusion by extending into complementary research areas of injection moulding, blow moulding and thermoforming. A comprehensive testing and analysis facility, to service industrial requirements and support research projects.
The PVC Awareness Project was initiated by key players in the industry to heighten the awareness of the benefits of PVC to the general public, opinion formers and policy makers.
REAChAid was established to act as a helpline to assist companies to prepare for the new EU Chemical Regulation REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals) that came into force in June 2008. The REACH regulation applies to all chemicals produced, imported, distributed or used and thus poses an unprecedented and costly challenge for Irish companies. The legislation also applies to articles and all involved in the supply chain where chemicals are used. This website provides assistance, advice, training and information to companies from a wide range of sectors, particularly SMEs.
rx3 is a government sponsored programme working to create markets for recycled materials.
First Polymer Training (FPT) is Plastic Ireland's training provider for the Irish plastics industry.
EuPC is the professional representative body of plastics converters within Europe whose activity embraces all sectors of the plastics converting industry, including recycling.
NIPA represents a wide range of plastic suppliers, plastic processors, polymer processors, machinery suppliers, printers and manufacturers.
PlasticsEurope is headquartered in Brussels with representatives across all European Union’s 27 member states.
The British Plastics Federation is the leading trade association for the British Plastics Industry. Membership encompasses polymer producers, suppliers and processors in addition to additive and machinery suppliers and manufacturers.
Plastics Ireland is a part of Ibec clg which is registered in Ireland.
Registration No. 8706.
Registered address: 84/86 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2
Phone +353 (0)1 605 1500 Fax +353 (0)1 638 1500 Email email@example.com