NoSuptown was delighted to work with the company Uniformity as part of the Sandyford Plastic Challenge. Uniformity supplies school uniforms, clubs teamwear, hospitality wear and beauty products. With an extensive list of suppliers and customers as well as a committed staff we worked together to make a real and sustainable impact on single-use plastics throughout the supply chain from manufacturers to end customer. Find Uniformity at:Unit B,Three Rock Road, Sandyford Industrial Estate, Co. Dublin, D18 H213
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Participants in the Sandyford Plastic Challenge could enter for the sustainable award in the popular Sandyford Business District Awards 2019.
We also worked with Babylon Event Management to ensure that the award night far as possible, met with sustainable principles.
NoSuptown successfully worked with Sandyford BID on the long term aim of BID adopting a No Single Use Plastic policy to be communicated throughout the Sandyford area for businesses and residents.
NoSuptown and Me2You Gift cards examined possibilities for long term change in the office and the supply chain.
NoSuptown worked with IMI advising on the long term goal that the Irish Manamgenet Institute will fit with the principles of the Sustainable Campus Network
We worked through Sandyford Business District office on this project supported by the EPA and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.