Welcome to the Rediscovery Centre

Leading change from waste to resource through re-use, re-design, research and education.

The Rediscovery Centre is a social enterprise dedicated to providing community employment and training via innovative reuse enterprises which use waste and unwanted materials as a resource and raw material for new product design.

Our scientists, designers, business managers and craftsmen are united in a common purpose of sustainability through resource efficiency and life cycle design.  Our operational processes and programmes provide workplace skills training and development for unemployed people, graduates and the community. Our research supports the development of the circular economy and advocates for a more resilient, equitable society.   Our public training courses, demonstrations and educational activities highlight the benefits of effective resource management and encourage everyone to REDISCOVER the value of waste.

 

 




What's new...!

Rediscover Cycling gives vintage bikes new life

The Rediscover Cycling team refurbishes a selection of unique vintage bikes, which bring a bit of bicycling history into the workshop. Read the full article

A farm-to-table lifestyle

Business intern Isabel O'Connell writes about how growing up on a farm sparked her passion for sustainability. Read the full article

*New* Dressmaking Boot Camp

Rediscover Fashion 1 week Dressmaking Boot Camp coming this July
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Rediscover Cycling supports sustainable transport

On Thursday a bike clinic outside Dublin City Council's head office in Wood Quay provided minor bike repair and consultation services for staff to promote city cycling. Read the full article

Making Kites from Waste

Education team interns experimented yesterday afternoon with ways to make kites from waste materials.  Read the full article

Rediscover Fashion Homewares and Accessories - 100% recycled!

An attractive range of gifts with an eco-twist.
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Food Cloud using 'Rediscovered Paint' to revamp its Tallaght HQ

Our paint reuse scheme brightens up another social enterprise.
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Supported by:

Dublin City Guinness Fund The Green Way