Our member case studies shine a light on sustainability and CSR in action in Ireland to encourage businesses of all sizes to promote and communicate their responsible business practices. This database is a testament to our members that have committed to continuously improving their social and environmental impact and embed sustainable business practices into the fabric of their operations.
When a company has excellent environmental practices, how can these be communicated in an interesting and engaging way to its employees, its customers and its suppliers? Dawn Meats’ experience with their recent successful Environment Week across their Ireland and UK sites has tips for others who might wish to do something similar. A week of
2016 Veolia is Ireland’s leading environmental services company. It provides a comprehensive range of energy, waste and water solutions and is dedicated to carbon reduction, protecting the environment and building the circular economy. What was the Opportunity Veolia was approached by an employee with a proposal to support a local conservation project in the employee’s local
Company Background Dawn Meats , established in Co Waterford in 1980, is a second generation family owned Irish company with operations in nine European countries marketing quality beef and lamb products to a global customer base in over 40 countries. Dawn Meats sells 90% of its products in overseas markets and employs more than 3,300 people at
2016 Bord na Móna is a semi-state company that operates a diversified portfolio across six main business areas, serving markets in Ireland as well as Britain and mainland Europe. The business areas are feedstock (peat production and supply), power generation, fuels, horticulture, resource recovery and land and property. The challenge As Bord na Móna transitions away from peat
Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c., originally named Allied Irish Banks Limited, was incorporated in Ireland on 21 September 1966 as a result of the amalgamation of three long established banks: the Munster and Leinster Bank Limited (established 1885), the Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited (established 1825) and the Royal Bank of Ireland Limited (established 1836). The