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 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...!

Environ 2015

The Rediscovery Centre attended and presented at the recent Environ 2015 conference in IT Sligo. Read the full article

Easter biodiversity workshops

As Kate finishes her internship with us she blogs about her final workshop with the education team. Read the full article

Rediscovery Centre wins 'Green NGO of the Year' at Green Awards 2015

Rediscovery Centre acknowledged at national green awards. Read the full article

My very own water butt

So following an age, I finally have a functional water butt in my garden. Read the full article

Easter Opening Hours

The Rediscovery Centre will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday.   

Additionally, our workshops in Shangan (Rediscover Furniture, Rediscover Paint, Rediscover Cycling & Rediscover Fashion) will be closed from 3:30pm on Thursday 2nd April. 
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Ongoing workshops with Huntstown Community Centre

We have been carrying out a series of environmental workshops with Huntstown Community Centre. Read the full article

Rediscover Fashion launches "Scientific Threads" - a fashion design competition

Rediscover Fashion are seeking 10 green fashion enthusiasts to produce an outfit made from sustainable materials which engages with science be it through inspiration, shape, materials, or design.   Read the full article





Supported by:

Dublin City Guinness Fund The Green Way