Greentech Plastics is a leading plastics recycling, engineering and consulting company established in 2011. Head-quartered in a state-of-the-art facility in Limerick, Ireland, Greentech is recognised as experts in the refinement of post-consumer plastic waste.
As global solution providers for complex plastics engineering and recycling problems, our cutting-edge and environmentally friendly process makes us industry leaders in responsible plastics refinement, reuse and innovation.
We operate a circular econonomic process of plastics refinement. Greentech is Ireland’s only closed-loop plastics company providing full traceability on all recovered plastic materials. We offer a perfect solution to plastic waste, converting it into high quality recycled plastic resin. Our environmentally friendly process reduces carbon footprint and waste management costs.
Greentech is currently operating out of three manufacturing sites; head-quartered in Limerick and operating out of Waterford and Southhampton, and will embark on various global expansion projects in the near future.
A leading entrepreneur in plastics engineering, Ian offers a greener vision to the industry. Skilled in process engineering, business process improvement, and cross-functional team leadership, he is an experienced Managing Director with over 25 years' experience in the plastics industry.
Sharon has an impressive background in the financial sector and tax industry, and over 20 years' management experience under her belt. Skilled in strategic planning and business development, Sharon oversees everything here at Greentech.
Fergus has exemplified experience working in the financial and business sectors for over a decade. An integral part of the team and our ‘numbers guy’, he is responsible for credit control, purchase payments, and accounts queries.
Jim has over 20 years’ experience in project management and quality assurance in the engineering industry. Jim is our man looking after the running of all the plant processes. Jim ensures our processes are of the highest calibre and our products get to you on time!
Ed ensures all operations are running efficiently at our three sites, including personnel, production, and plant machinery. With a background in business and economics, he's proven to be a leader on the innovation and expansion trail. email@example.com
Adam is a player fundamental to the Greentech Team. Adam oversees all production processes and supervises all delivery and collection activity on a day-to-day basis, including production planning, stock levels and staffing. firstname.lastname@example.org
(i) These terms and conditions of sale shall apply to all quotations made and all contracts for the sale of "the goods" by Greentech Plastics Limited ("the seller"). No alteration or qualification of these conditions issued by the buyer shall be effective unless expressly accepted in writing by the seller. No-one has the seller's authority to vary, waive or modify these conditions or make any representation relating to the goods except a Director or the seller acting in writing. Requests for a variation, waiver or modifications of these conditions or for any representation relating to the goods must be made in writing.
(ii) No binding contract shall be deemed to have been made until acceptance has been confirmed in writing by the seller on its official acceptance form.
(i) Where the seller has supplied to the buyer a sample of the goods and the buyer accepts that sample, then so long as the bulk supplied under this contract materially corresponds with the sample, any implied condition warranty or terms of the contract that the goods are fit for the purpose for which they are required or are of merchantable quality shall be deemed to have complied with in every respect and no liability shall attach to the seller in the respect thereof.
(ii) Unless otherwise agreed, the seller will charge at such rates as it may decide for all samples or other work produced at the buyer's request either experimentally or otherwise.
The seller gives no warranty or indemnity in respect of any actual or alleged infringement of patents, trademarks, trade names, registered designs, design copyright, licence or any other intellectual property right relating to the good, all such matters being at the risk of the buyer.
Where the goods are processed and/or manufactured according to the buyer's own specification or sample the buyer shall indemnify the seller against any claims by any third party arising directly or indirectly out of the performance of this contract including without prejudice to the foregoing any fines, impositions and penalties incurred by or levied upon the seller by reason of any act or default whatsoever by the buyer or any person responsible to the buyer.
(i) Where a period is named for delivery the buyer must take delivery within the period failing which the seller shall be entitled at its option to treat the buyer as being in repudiation and may (without prejudice to its other rights) at any time thereafter terminate the contract or any fulfilment part thereof or invoice the buyer forthwith for goods henceforth to be at the buyer's risk with the buyer to be responsible for the cost of storage from the time of attempted delivery to the date of payment.
(ii) Notwithstanding any delivery time or date stated, the seller shall not under any liability whatsoever if for any reason, all or any part of the goods are delivered beyond such time or date nor shall the buyer under any circumstances have the right to refuse to take delivery or on account of any defect in the goods or of any departure from the specifications.
(iii) The buyer must supply any specification due from him in sufficient time to enable the seller to complete delivery within the period named.
(iv) The buyer will return at this expense all pallets and hard delivery containers to the sellers works or otherwise as the seller may advise such items remaining at all times the property of the seller which the buyer will safeguard from delivery of the goods to return to the seller.
(v) Where goods are sold F.O.B. the responsibility of the seller shall cease immediately the goods cross the ship's rail and the seller shall be under no obligation to give the buyer the notice specified in Section 32(3) of the Sale of Goods Act 1 1975.
(i) Payment in full is due not later than the end of the month (except where specifically agreed in writing) next following the month on dispatch and at the price as stated in the invoice which must be paid in full without set-off abatement discount or other reduction.
(ii) If the buyer fails to pay the price in full by the due date the seller shall be entitled to treat the buyer as being in repudiation, and may (without prejudice to its other rights) at any time thereafter terminate this contract or any unfulfilled part thereof.
(iii) All sums overdue shall bear interest at two percent (2%) per month compound.
(i) The buyer assumes entire responsibility for the goods being suitable for his/her or any particular purpose and no terms may be implied herein as to their suitability for any particular purpose.
(ii) In the event of any goods not being of merchantable quality on leaving the seller's works, the seller will, at its option, either replace the same or give credit at invoice value if, (but only if) the Buyer shall have notified the seller of the defects and (if the seller accepts the defect) the goods in question are, with the previous written approval of the seller, returned to the seller's works by the buyer (at the seller's cost or (at the seller's option) collected by the seller. Beyond this the seller accepts no liability whatsoever for any defects in the goods rendering the same non-merchantable and (without limiting the foregoing) the seller will in particular, not in any circumstances, be liable for any claim whatsoever for loss or profit, or arising out of or in connection with any loss, injury or damage whether to a person or to property and whether arising from defects, failure to comply with specification or otherwise howsoever.
(iii) Goods replaced or credited shall become the seller's property.
(iv) The terms of this clause are in lieu of all conditions, warranties or other terms as to descriptions, fitness for purposes , conditions, merchantable ability, quality or otherwise in respect of the goods whether expressed in the contract or implied by common law, statute or custom and notwithstanding that such purposes may be, may have become or may have been known to the seller.
(i) The buyer must carefully examine all goods on arrival. In the event of any damage to the goods whilst on transit or any short delivery, the carrier and the seller must be notified in writing (other than on the carrier's own documents) within three days and a written claim made within seven days. In the event of non-delivery, the carrier and the seller mist be notified in writing (other than on the carrier's own documents) within seven days of receipt of invoice and a written claim made within fourteen days. In the event of failure to comply with the above requirements, claims in respect of the damage in transit, short delivery or non-delivery will not be admitted by the seller and in any event the seller will never be liable to the buyer in respect of such loss or damage beyond that amount which has been able to recover from its insurers, the carrier or any other parties whomsoever.
(ii) The seller shall be entitled to deliver a quantity of goods which falls shod of the quantity ordered or which exceeds the quantity ordered by not more than ten percent (10%) and the buyer shall accept all such goods so delivered and the price shall be adjusted pro rata to take account of any such difference.
(i) If the buyer shall make default in or commit a breach of this contract or any other obligations to the seller, or if any distress or execution shall be levied upon the buyer's property or assets, or if the buyer shall make or offer to make any arrangement or composition with his creditors, or if the buyer (being an individual) is made bankrupt, or is made subject to an administration or a receivership order, or if the buyer shall be a limited company and any resolution or petition to wind up such company's business (other than for the purpose of amalgamation or reconstruction) shall be passed or presented, or if an administrator of all or any part of its undertaking, property or assets shall be appointed, the seller shall have the right forthwith to determine ant contract then subsisting and, upon written notice of such determination being posted by it to the buyer's last known address, any sub-listing contracts shall be deemed to have been determined without prejudice to any claim or right the seller might otherwise make or exercise.
(ii) This contract cannot be cancelled except with the written consent of the seller and on terms which will indemnify the seller against all loss and expenses.
(i) The risk in respect of any goods shall pass to the buyer upon delivery but neither the legal or the equitable ownership in the goods shall pass to the buyer until he/she has paid the purchase price for such goods in full together with the full price of any other goods supplied being the subject of any other contract with the seller, or if earlier, when the buyer resells the goods in the ordinary course of his/her business and in accordance with the provisions of this clause provided always that if the buyer resells the goods then the entire proceeds of sale will be held in trust for the seller and shall not be mingled with other monies or paid into any overdrawn bank account and shall at all times be identifiable as the seller's monies.
(ii) Until ownership of the goods passes to the buyer, the buyer shall keep the goods as bailee in a place and in such manner that they can clearly be identified as being the property of the seller and the buyer acknowledges that the buyer holds them in fiduciary capacity for the sole benefit of the seller.
(iii) In the event of any default by the buyer of any of these conditions including failure to any of the seller all monies owned on due date the buyer's right to resell goods belonging to the seller shall forthwith cease and the entire sum of money remaining unpaid shall become immediately due and owing to the seller, or if there should occur any of the events set out in clause 9 hereof or the buyer becomes otherwise incapable of trading for whatever reason, the seller, shall be entitled forthwith to stop further delivery of goods and to enter upon the premises of the buyer with such transport as may be necessary to remove all property retained by the seller under this contract with the buyer without prejudice to his/her right to claim such further monies as remain due and owing it, nor shall the buyer be entitled to return the goods or refuse to delay payment.
(iv) The right to recover goods retained by the buyer as set out in this clause shall include the right to remove those goods to which they may be attached whilst those other goods remain upon the premises of the buyer.
(v) No privity of contract shall exist or be created as between the seller and any purchaser of goods from the buyer.
The seller will be entitled in its direction to vary or cancel this contract without liability in the event of an Act of God, war, strikes, lock-outs, flood, drought, tempest or any other cause beyond the control of the seller or owing to inability by the seller to produce materials or any articles required for the performance of the contract.
(i) These conditions and this contract shall be subject to and in accordance with Irish law.
(ii) Any legal proceedings against the seller arising out or in connection with this contract must be brought only in the Courts of the Republic of Ireland.
(iii) The headings of the clauses in these conditions shall not affect the construction of these conditions.