Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
Organisations that support businesses through advice, training, networking events, online resources and support in the form of loans and grants.
Regardless of the size of your business or the sector in which you operate, the Business Support Team can provide you with a free advisory service.
They can help your business succeed through a combination of financial support, tailored guidance and information.
Free Information website – the online gateway for business support, information and advice
Enterprise Northern Ireland represents the region's largest network of business parks and advice centres. There are 28 Local Enterprise Agencies, located in every city and major town in Northern Ireland. This means that business support is available close to you, wherever you work or live.
If you are at start-up stage - from having a business idea right through to £50k turnover and/or trading for less than 2 years – there is a range of support and advice services to get you started or helped into the growth and acceleration stage.
There will be a Local Enterprise Agency local to you, where you can access:
There are flexible contracts to enable you to scale up and down as you wish, and all spaces are set up with small to medium sized businesses in mind
Its overall aim is to help drive increases in recycling and resource efficiency in Northern Ireland. To do this, WRAP Northern Ireland delivers a range of programmes, initiatives and other interventions to help people and organisations reduce waste and recycle more.
WRAP works with governments, businesses and communities to deliver practical solutions to improve resource efficiency.
They help the move to a sustainable, resource-efficient economy by:
Home energy saving measures including grants for householders. Funding for energy efficiency work such as insulation and energy efficient boilers in homes.
The Fleet Management Toolkit for businesses provides information and resources to help you lower your costs, while reducing the carbon emissions from your organisation’s vehicles and employee travel.
There is a wide range of grant and subsidy schemes to support local farming, fisheries, rural businesses and communities.
DAERA further education awards are administered by the Education Authority on behalf of DAERA.
Students enrolled on a full-time further education course at CAFRE should therefore apply to the EA for financial support.
CAFRE provides a range of learning programmes designed to meet the needs of those who work in the land-based and food industries. These courses are suitable for farmers, farm family members, people over 16 years old, and those running or working in agri-food and rural businesses.
Industry training is available for the following sectors:
The FSB Funding Platform offers FSB members direct access to hundreds of business funding options with a single application. They help you find the right funding for your business, save you precious time, and lower the overall cost of finance.
A range of services aimed at businesses, government and the public sector:
For more information visit:
Carbon Trust Website: https://www.carbontrust.com/home/
Carbon Trust Loan Scheme
Unit 3, The Innovation Centre
Northern Ireland Science Park
The environmental compliance scheme Ecosurety has launched a £1million innovation and research fund for projects that seek to reduce the impact of packaging, batteries or WEEE (electronic waste) on the environment. The fund will be spread across three years with individual grant applications of up to £150,000 being accepted.
Applications to the Ecosurety Exploration Fund can be made via the Ecosurety website from Thursday 28th November 2019.
Find out more at: Ecosurety Exploration Fund
My Year at NetRegs, A reflection on my time as an intern with the NetRegs team at SEPA. An overview of all the activities and projects I had the opportunity to participate in during my Bright Green Environmental Placement.
A day with Hydrology, SEPA's hydrometry unit is responsible for around 400 gauging stations and 350 rainfall monitoring sites. River gauging stations are important as they allow river levels to be monitored so flood events can be predicted and flood warnings sent out.
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