Welcome to the Irish Farm Film Producers Group’s (IFFPG) website. IFFPG is Ireland’s only approved farm plastics recycling compliance scheme and has been responsible for recycling over 250,000 tonnes of farm plastics waste since its establishment. We pride ourselves in providing cost effective compliance to our members and a comprehensive recycling service to farmers nationwide.
IFFPG Farm Plastics is at Tullamore Show.
2 weeks ago
Thats a wrap! It’s the morning after the Tullamore show, have to say, we thoroughly enjoyed it, weather was good which helped.
On hand yesterday was IFAs & IFFPGs representative Mr Thomas Cooney who popped by and pulled the lucky winner for us. We will be contacting our “Galway” winner this morning 😉. So if your from Galway and entered our draw - stay close to your phone this morning. More details will be announced soon 👍 ... See MoreSee Less
IFFPG Farm Plastics is feeling lucky.
2 weeks ago
Call into see us at Tullamore Show today. L31 stand number. Free silage making draw worth €500 prize to give away. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Hows everyone after the bank hols? Good i hope😉
Anyone travelling to the TULLAMORE SHOW Sunday, please drop by at stand L31 (Livestock Section).
Here are our last few remaining open days for 2019:
Portarlington Gracefield GAA Hrs 9-5pm
Cork - Belgooly GAA Hrs 9-5pm. (Please note Belgooly replaces both Minane Bridge & Ballinhassig).
Kildare - Kilcullen Mart Hrs 9-5pm.
Monday & Tuesday Next week (12th & 13th August)
Cork - Charleville Barretts Storage, Ballyhea, Hrs 9-5pm.
Friday & Saturday Next Week (16th & 17th August)
Kerry - Killarney, Cronins Pit, Coolcaslagh.
As always, we are taking half tonne fertilizer bags. Liners must be removed and bagged separately. ♻️♻️♻️ ... See MoreSee Less
Good Afternoon Folks
Hope your all enjoying the lovely weather..
Mr Conor Shannon of Cork County council, Environment section at an IFFPG open day in Dunmanway, Co. cork. Conor was happy with the quality and the segregation of the materials and large number of farmers who were in attendance. Also, in photos is IFFPGs Kieran O Gorman and approved contractor for Cork Johnny Broderick of WRS Fermoy.
Here are the following Bring Centres for next week starting on Wednesday 24th July. All Bring Centres are 9-5pm unless otherwise stated. To find the full list of bring centres go to www.farmplastics.ie
Don't forgot 1/2 tonne bags of net have been reduced from €15 a bag to €5 with the label code or €15 without
While a 1/2 tonne bag of meal/fert bags/drums has been reduced from €15 to €10 per 1/2 tonne bag.
Silage plastic is still €20 per 1/2 tonne with the label code. If you have any queries visit our website at www.farmplastics.ie or lo call 1890 300 444.
Wednesday 24th July
Offaly - Clara Market, Moate Road
Thursday 25th July
Kildare - Monasterevin Glanbia
Wexford - Enniscorthy Mart
Friday 26th July
Wexford - Enniscorthy Mart
Offaly - Boora, Bord Na Mona Leabeg, Ferbane
Saturday 27th July
Louth - Dundalk, Loughrans Store Ltd, Haggardstown
Monday 29th July
Laois - Ballinakill Mart
Tuesday 30th July
Offaly - Edenderry Mart
Wednesday 31st July
Cork - Cloughduv GAA
Kildare - Allen Overflow Car Park (Opp church & school) (Hrs 12.30 to 7pm)
Thursday 1st August
Laois - Donaghmore Glanbia
Friday 2nd August
Laois - Mountrath Mart
Kerry - Milltown Mart
Saturday 3rd August
Kerry - Milltown Mart ... See MoreSee Less
IFFPG had the pleasure of attending the official Launch of AES Bord Na Mona`s new plastics recycling plant in Littleton, Co. Tipperary by Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton TD.
Silage Plastics will be a significant source of feedstock for this new facility & IFFPG will soon start suppling thereby creating employment and growing Irelands recycling capacity.
The new plant is located on the old Briquette Factory site and the recycling process involves processing & cleaning the waste plastic material. This material is then shredded & granulated to produce plastic pellets. The pellets are reused in the manufacture of bags, wrapping etc.
IFFPG are committed to supplying AES to achieve their recycling target per annum of 24,000 tonnes of film. ... See MoreSee Less