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Bryson Recycling
Bryson Recycling is the largest social enterprise recycler in the UK.
Responsible Plastic Management Program (CIC)
The Responsible Plastic Management (RPM) Program is a new not-for-profit program delivering campaigns to reduce plastic pollution. The RPM Program will deliver step by step guides and education campaigns to inspire and motivate people within communities, retailers, educational establishments, organisations and government agencies to significantly reduce and transform their plastic use. It will provide the knowledge needed to reinvent and redefine our relationship with plastic, empowering individuals and organisations to live and work with less plastic, ultimately reducing their plastic footprint by: - • Assisting them to be more plastic aware & manage the plastic they use • Help them to eliminate unnecessary plastics • Find alternatives to single use plastics • Choose plastics that are more readily recyclable • Measure Positive Organisational Change
CoG Trainiung
CoG Training is a social enterprise that was established in 2019. We offer training that is accessible, affordable and supportive.
Stellas
Stellas is a student business that has wrote a book to teach children about what Autism is. It is directed to primary aged children but has been enjoyed by all. The book, ‘No Two Stars are the Same’ is wrote from personal experience and therefore comes from the heart. The main goal of Stellas is to spread awareness of Autism and they run a buy one give one as well.
Orchardville Society
Orchardville, a registered charity and social enterprise, is committed to changing the lives of people with learning disability and autism. Orchardville operate a number of social enterprises that provide supported training and development, in real working environments, for their participants. These commercial businesses are a key part of preparing participants for working life.
Triangle Social Enterprise
Alternative Angles is an Enterprise provision that provides support to people with learning disabilities to experience and develop new skills and build confidence in order for them to enhance their individual employment opportunities and thereby fulfil their potential. We operate across 6 locations within Northern Ireland (Antrim, Ballycastle, Ballymena, Coleraine, Magherafelt and Newtownabbey). We work closely with the Northern Health & Social Services Trust and the enterprise provision was devised as an integral part of the Trust’s remodelling of daycare provision under the “Widening Choice and Opportunities” A Strategy for Future Day Care Support Services for People with a Learning Disability: 2007-2011 (Northern Health and Social Care Trust; 2007)

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