EcoMerit is very pleased to welcome the research report by XLVets SkillNwet, XLVets Ireland in partnership with SkillNet Ireland and ourselves. This is a great example of taking leadership on climate action and sustainability; let us hope that others follow quickly. Alongside this we are delighted to welcome XLVets practices, Glasslyn and Ormonde Vets and the XLVets […]
A call to action this week as the UN Secretary General refers to the IPCC climate change report as a “Code Red” for humanity. (https://www.irishtimes.com/news/environment/climate-report-is-a-code-red-for-humanity-says-un-secretary-general-1.4643234).
We have just sent off a letter to Minister Eamon Ryan addressing the worrying policy emerging from the DECC regarding changes to the SEAI communities grant scheme. The DECC now requires all SEAI ‘Communities’ grant applications to include a significant number of domestic dwellings. The result of this policy is that many enterprises both within […]
January 2021 – Mindful of the need to support members through the challenges of COVID-19 whilst maintaining the value of EcoMerit Certification, we have introduced a new classification ‘Renewal Pending’ and related arrangements, full details can be found by following this link.
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Published 2 April 2020 Introduction EcoMerit would like to extend its thoughts and best wishes to all its members at this time of major crisis. In response to the crisis we propose some adjustments to our normal way of working. Our aim is to support Members through this period without compromising the long-term value of […]