Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
Trade Associations and Business Support Organisations for Hunting, Shooting and Game Breeding sector.
Country Sports Ireland is an interest group that lobbies in favour of country sports in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
SACS is a not-for-profit membership association that purports to be the largest country sports organisation in Scotland.
Set up by Scotland's major country sports organisations and associations as a resarch body to help better understand the standing and potential of the industry.
Represents Scottish gamekeepers, stalkers and ghillies and promotes their role in the management of the environment.
Represents the interests of those involved with rural property and businesses connected with the land.
Guidance on the management of wild deer in Scotland.
The governing body for full-bore target rifle shooting in Scotland.
BASC's mission is to promote and protect sporting and shooting and the well-being of the countryside.
A charity that promotes conservation in balance with the environment, through education, research, deer management training and the journal 'Deer'.
Conducts scientific research into Britain's game and wildlife. They advise farmers and landowners on improving wildlife habitat.
A charity that promotes high standards of moorland management.
Zero Waste Scotland and WRAP Northern Ireland offer free and confidential advice and support to help you reduce your environmental impact and save money. They can help with reducing your business's waste and use of water, packaging and raw materials.
The Carbon Trust can help your business to improve its energy use and reduce its carbon emissions.
Find other trade associations relevant to your business using the Trade Association Forum website.
The Northern Ireland Environment Agency has published a short guide to the duty of care responsibilities including advice and information for waste producers, carriers and those accepting, storing and treating waste.
Any person intending to alter the use or management of areas of uncultivated or semi-natural land must obtain prior approval from the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA).
Read more on the DAERA website
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