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Get more information about recycling in Ireland?  


Find out more information on recycling at Christmas?
 


Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste including batteries and light bulbs?
 
 
Log onto http://www.befreewitherp.ie/

Or call your local council for details.

Remember householders- waste batteries should never be diposed of in your waste disposal or recycling bins- instead recycle them any shop or retailer that sells batteries. The shop or retailer is obliged to take back the spent batteries similar to the ones they sell from the householder for recycling even where the person is not purchasing a new battery.
 
Bring electrical goods/WEEE for example fridges, television screens etc to recycle?
 
You can bring electrical items to the following civic amenity centres:
 
Kilmallock Civic Amenity Centre
Shannon Development Ind Estate
Bruree Road
Tel: 063 98836
 
Mungret Civic Amenity Centre
Bunlicky
Mungret
Tel: 061 305 720

Newcastle West Civic Amenity Centre
Station Road
Tel: 069 78610

Or contact your local council for details on your local centre.
 

Recycle Clothes?

You can recycle clothes at the following civic amenity centres:
 
Kilmallock Civic Amenity Centre
Shannon Development Ind Estate
Bruree Road
Tel: 063 98836
 
Mungret Civic Amenity Centre
Bunlicky
Mungret
Tel: 061 305 720

Newcastle West Civic Amenity Centre
Station Road
Tel: 069 78610

Or contact your local council for details on your local centre.
 


Recycle Farm Plastics?
 
Contact IFFPG Tel: 1890 300 444, http://www.farmplastics.ie/ or FRS Tel: 1890 790 890, http://www.frsrecycling.com/
 

 
Recycle Cooking Oil?
 
Kilmallock Civic Amenity Centre
Shannon Development Ind Estate
Bruree Road
Tel: 063 98836
 
Mungret Civic Amenity Centre
Bunlicky
Mungret
Tel: 061 305 720

Newcastle West Civic Amenity Centre
Station Road
Tel: 069 78610
 
Or contact your local council for details on your local centre.
 
Commercial users contact: Agri Energy -1850 581 581
 

Remember Burning Waste Will Damage Your Health and the Environment- and it is illegal! 
 
Under New Regulations, "Prohibition of Waste Disposal by Burning", (S.I 286 of 2009) it is illegal to dispose of household or commercial waste by burning.
 
It is illegal to dispose of household or garden waste by burning either inside or outside any part of a house or garden. These regulations also include Bonfines which are illegal except in certain circumstances where the Local Authority has given permission.

Potential health effects of backyard burning include heart problems, kidney and brain damage.
 
Contact your local council for further information.
Useful Links
Limerick City Council www.limerickcity.ie
Limerick County Council www.limerickcoco.ie
Clare County Council www.clarecoco.ie
Kerry County Council www.kerrycoco.ie
Limerick/Clare/Kerry Regional Waste Website  www.managewaste.ie
South Tipperary County Council www.southtippcoco.ie
Cork County Council www.corkcoco.ie
EPA
www.epa.ie
Recycle More.ie www.recyclemore.ie
Repak www.repak.ie
Department of Environment, Heritage & Local Government www.environ.ie
Green Schools www.greenschoolsireland.org
Race Against Waste www.raceagainstwaste.com
Food Waste.ie (Commercial) www.foodwaste.ie
Stop Food Waste.ie www.stopfoodwaste.ie

 


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