Bressay Development Ltd’s directors believe that it is very important to help protect our beautiful Island and to provide services and information which will help our community to be more sustainable and make greener choices easily fit in with our daily lives.

In 2016 Bressay Development Ltd successfully secured funding from the Climate Challenge Fund to undertake our Skills For Sustainability project. The project is now complete, and the funding helped us to set up a Good As New Shop and recycling collection point at the school, and run a program of classes and workshops to upskill and promote re-use and local products. We run a bulky waste service with the support of funding from the Bressay Community Council, our lending library encourages on-island re-using and we compost and recycle waste from the Speldiburn Café.

Inside Environment

Good as New Shop

Speldiburn Good As New shop was born from community feedback to Bressay Development Ltd’s Skills for Sustainability project.

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Recycling Point

Bressay Development Ltd accepts plastic bottles, drinks cans, newspaper, batteries, and the following printer ink cartridges: Canon, Dell, HP, Lexmark, Neopost and Samsung.

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Carbon Reduction

In 2016 Bressay Development Ltd successfully secured funding from the Climate Challenge Fund to undertake our Skills For Sustainability project.

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