Our charity creates local employment for young people by protecting the natural environment of Islay and Jura. We diverting resource from landfill through reuse and recycling, by offering training and development in these spheres. We also create more employment by protecting our marine environment through removing marine litter. ReJIG has a local pollinator initiative developing a local wildflower seed bank and managing several areas of roadside verge to increase our native black bee population.
ReJIG protects the environment of Islay and Jura by creating training and employment for local people. By recycling and reusing our community's resources we generate income to offer employment in local conservation initiatives including protecting our coastlines from marine litter and increasing biodiversity and pollinators.
ReJIG aims to:
- To reduce waste sent to landfill by reusing and recycling.
- To protect the Islay and Jura coastline by removing marine litter.
- To protect our local biodiversity.
- To alleviate poverty by creating employment and training opportunities.
- To work with our community and volunteers, making our islands more sustainable.
Established: February 2003
Board members: 7
Full time staff: 7
Part time staff: 1
Phone number: 01496 810880
Address: Unit 11 Whin Park, Bridgend, Isle of Islay PA44 7NZView charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website