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Sports clubs across Galway city availed of the more than 400 reusable and recyclable drink bottles provided by the Mayor of Galway, Cllr Mike Cubbard, and the Galway City Council.
Industry experts have warned of the dangers of running out of raw materials for batteries if we fail to recycle old ones. A surge in sales of devices such as laptops, drones, power tools, and e-scooters has seen demand soaring for cobalt and lithium, which are essential for the production of rechargeable lithium batteries that power these devices.
Three budding young inventors from Galway have come up with an ingenious way to help encourage recycling with their Bottleshot invention, which they are currently showcasing at the 56th BT Young Scientist Technology Exhibition taking place at the RDS in Dublin from yesterday until Saturday.
Combining a sleek design and useful features, the Bosch heat pump tumble dryer will make a great addition to your home.
FACETS, AN exhibition featuring work by Athenry based artists Mary Ryan, Vincent Godfrey-Glynn and Patricia Fahy, and the writer Trish Bourke, is running at The Portershed.
I often wonder about the amount of wisdom that filters through our lives unused. The stories untold, the knowledge unshared, the information that is left under-utilised. All of our communities feature hundreds of people who have a major contribution to make to the betterment of life, yet there is often no facilitation of this expertise.
Walsh Waste & Recycling again joined forces with Galway International Arts Festival to remove and recycle more than four tonnes of boxes used in major 2018 installations.
When the world was made and the Sun was switched on. It has never switched off, and will continue providing energy until the end of time. With the advent of the solar panel we can now accept this free energy and use it as electricity in our homes and businesses. Comet Renewable Energy will do this for you.
With the advent of solar renewable energy, we can now harness the free energy produced by the sun and use it as electricity in our homes and businesses.
The Marine Institute has been given the green light to proceed with the development of a renewable energy test site in Galway Bay, with the granting this week of a 35-year foreshore lease for the 37-hectare site off An Spideál.