What is Green Home?

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Green Home was developed as a framework to support and advise householders on ways to save money on their household bills while protecting the environment. The programme focuses on the themes of waste, energy, water and transport and extends the Green-Schools message beyond the school gates into the wider community. The Green Home programme can be undertaken by an individual householder or as part of a group.

Start Saving-Get Involved!

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Getting involved in the Green Home programme couldn’t be easier. Using the Green Home Themes tab at the top of the page, you can access the most current and up to date tips, advice and action plans on ways to prevent and reduce waste and energy use in the home, conserve water and find out about sustainable travel options. 

For added extras become a Green Home Member! To register your household, community group or business as member Read More >>

Latest News

Diarmuid Gavin & Franc get behind Green Home!
Many thanks to Diarmuid Gavin & Franc for getting behind the Green Home Programme - quite literally! - at the Tidier Towns: The Way Forward Conference in Fermoy on Wednesday.
Fri, 14 Feb, 2014 at 15:04
The Rose of Tralee Festival & Green Home
As part of its Greener Festivals commitment, this year the Rose of Tralee Festival took part in An Taisce’s Green Home programme.
Mon, 26 Aug, 2013 at 15:41
Green Home Awards May 2013
Read about the recent Green Home awards
Tue, 14 May, 2013 at 11:10
Green Home News April 2013
Many congratulations to St Mary's Primary School, Trim, Co Meath who won the award for Green College/School at the Green Awards.
Fri, 19 Apr, 2013 at 11:31
Green Home News March 2013
Green Home schools have been working hard on completing their application forms for their Green-Schools renewal flag and for the award of the Green Home flag.
Tue, 26 Mar, 2013 at 16:20

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The Green Home programme is supported by the Environmental Protection Agency National Waste Prevention Programme which is funded from the Environment Fund.