Recycling Centres

Recycling Centres2020-02-19T13:57:57+00:00

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Address: St Margarets
County Dublin
Phone number: 01 8569434
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St. Margaret’s Recycling is a local family run company based in Dublin. We are scrap metal specialists, collecting metal all over Leinster. We work with private, commercial and domestic clients, providing the best level of service possible. We are a long standing company with a reputation built on excellent customer service and the best rates. We are fully licensed and insured to carry out all work at our premises. Our company is fully compliant with all health and safety regulations and keep all certs fully up to date. Our machinery and equipment is all fully maintained and serviced regularly, keeping any downtime to an absolute minimum. St Margaret’s Recycling has been in operation at its current location since 2006, grew from a small family run company to a large recycler with a metals division serving Dublin and the surrounding areas. St Margaret’s Metal Recycling is a buyer and seller of scrap metals. It has become well known in the area for its honest and fair service extended to all its clients as well as its strong community commitment. We offer the best daily rate in the market for all metals, whether they are ferrous, non-ferrous etc.

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Address: Athy Civic Amenity Centre, Gallows Hill, Athy, Co. Kildare
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Phone number: 059 8640657
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Pricing: €2.25 per car, €4.50 for car and trailer/van/4×4. The only exception will be vehicles that are carrying electrical goods only as there can be no charge on these items. What is the Civic Amenity Centre? The Civic Amenity Centre, custom-built site where householders can bring a wide range of materials for recycling or disposal where necessary. The Civic Amenity Centre is operated and managed by Oxigen Environmental. Where is the Civic Amenity Centre? Travelling into Athy, on the N9, from Kilcullen/Naas direction: Turn right at King Oil, down the small avenue next to the forecourt of the service station. KCC Athy Roads Depot at bottom of avenue, Athy Civic Amenity Centre to the right. How is the centre used? There is a separate container or skip for each type of material at the Civic Amenity Centre. All materials must be segregated. Remember that wet or dirty material can contaminate other dry recyclables. When this happens nothing can be recycled, and the whole load has to be sent to landfill for disposal. Points to remember: Electrical goods are free of charge; Recyclables should be clean and dry; no food waste, dirt, or waste products; All food and detergent containers should be washed out thoroughly; food waste attracts pests, and detergents may be harmful to other people; Boxes, cartons and tetra-pak must be flattened before depositing in their designated skips; All plastic and polystyrene must be separated from cardboard; Make sure you put the correct material in the correct container. Chargeable Materials: Wood: Garden, Hardwood Flooring, Doors; Bulky Items: Furniture, Carpets; General Waste: Domestic refuse; Soil, Stones: Bricks, Paving, Concrete, Soil; Metals: Bicycles, Scrap Metal, Radiators; Green Garden Waste: Grass, Hedge Clippings, Plants; Gas Cylinders: Place all cylinders upright; Fire Extinguishers: Must be discharged; Waste Oils: Cooking Oil, Motor Oil; Household Hazardous Waste Paint, Old Medicine, Strippers/Thinners, Detergents/Bleaches; Domestic Recyclables (Car €2.25, Car and Trailer/Van/Jeep €4.50). Charges: The Centre operates a “Pay by Weight” system. We regret that we cannot take large commercial vehicles, under condition 5.1.1 of our EPA Waste Licence 175 – 1. These large commercial vehicles can be accommodated at Silliot Hill Integrated Waste Management Facility, in Kilcullen, where the same weight charges as outlined above apply.

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Address: Ramstown, Gorey
Gorey
Phone number: 1890500800
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This Recycling facility requires all Man with a Van companies to have registered with them before arriving at the Recycle centre. When you are filling out the form to get quotes for recycling, choose the “recycle” option in the job type part of the form. By choosing the recycle option when filling out the form it means that you will only get quotes from Man with a Van companies that say they are licenced to do this type of move. Unlicensed van companies cannot by law move recycled waste. Although this may be the closest Recycling facility to you, the Man with a Van company may have permission to use another facility. When talking to the Van Company please ask where they have permission to unload recycled waste. Please be mindful that if a quote is very cheap they may be unlawfully disposing of the recyclables. It is your responsibility to ensure this does not happen. This facility operates a weigh bridge and will charge the van driver for the weight they dispose of.

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Address: Ballyogan Recycling Park, Ballyogan, Dublin 18,
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Phone number: 01 2913600
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Normal Opening Hours for Civic Recycling Facility: Monday-Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm; Saturday 9.30am to 5.30pm; Sunday/Bank Holidays 10.30am to 5.30pm.

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Address: Shamrock Terrace, North Strand,
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Phone number: 01 8364716
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Normal Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm. The following materials are accepted from Domestic Householders Only: Aluminium cans: e.g. cola cans, beer cans; Food tins/metal cans: e.g. bean tins, biscuit tins; dog tins (remove foil); Plastic Bottles: e.g. milk, mineral bottles — washed with no lid; Tetrapak cartons: e.g milk, juice cartons; Glass bottles: e.g. green, brown, clear jars/bottles — sort by colour; Newspapers/magazines: eg. Paper, junk mail, glossy magazines, comics; Cardboard: e.g. food boxes, cardboard packaging — clean dry only; Timber Old furniture, skirting board: remove bolts, hinges, glass; Garden/Green waste: grass, hedge clippings — No clay, Stones; Flat Glass: window glass, remove all wood, frames; Car Batteries; Household batteries; Fluorescent Tubes; Waste Oil; Cooking Oil; Gas Cylinders; Large Electrical Household Appliances; Small electrical household appliances: Toasters, irons, radios, CD Players — put in to small cages; Televisions/Computer monitors; Scrap metal; Clothes; Mobile Phones; Compost; Bulky Waste & Green Waste Accepted at a charge (Furniture, Carpets, Hedge Clippings, Etc)

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Address: Whelan House South County Business Park Leopardstown Dublin 18,
Leopardstown
Phone number: 01 2999320
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What is WEEE? Recycle batteries in any WEEE blue battery box. WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment is anything that has a plug or a battery and is at the end of its useful life. In the house, old and broken fridges and washing machines are examples but don’t forget the little guys! Remote controls, batteries, electric toothbrushes and even your old bicycle lamps can also be recycled! Why Recycle WEEE and Batteries? Over the last 10 years, the amount of WEEE in Europe has grown at a staggering pace with consumers using more and more electronics in their day-to-day lives. When not disposed of properly, WEEE can be very harmful to human health. For example, TVs can contain lead which can be toxic to kidneys and nervous and reproductive systems, and could inhibit the mental development of young children and fetuses if people are exposed to them after they have been improperly disposed of at the end of their lives.

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Address: Site 14B, Phase 3, Road 3A, Greenogue Industrial Estate, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin
Rathcoole
Phone number: 1890500800
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This Recycling facility requires all Man with a Van companies to have registered with them before arriving at the Recycle centre. When you are filling out the form to get quotes for recycling, choose the “recycle” option in the job type part of the form. By choosing the recycle option when filling out the form it means that you will only get quotes from Man with a Van companies that say they are licenced to do this type of move. Unlicensed van companies cannot by law move recycled waste. Although this may be the closest Recycling facility to you, the Man with a Van company may have permission to use another facility. When talking to the Van Company please ask where they have permission to unload recycled waste. Please be mindful that if a quote is very cheap they may be unlawfully disposing of the recyclables. It is your responsibility to ensure this does not happen. This facility operates a weigh bridge and will charge the van driver for the weight they dispose of.

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Address: Llyod Business Park, Cavan Road, Kells, Co.Meath,
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Phone number: 046 9293436
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€3 per visit. Opening Hours: Normal Opening Times: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Saturday 9.00am – 4.45pm, Thursday – Friday 9.00am – 18.45pm. The following materials are accepted from domestic householders only: aluminium cans e.g. cola cans, beer cans; food tins/metal cans e.g. bean tins, biscuit tins; dog tins (remove foil); plastic bottles e.g. milk, mineral bottles (washed with no lid); Tetrapak cartons e.g milk, juice cartons; glass bottles e.g. green, brown, clear jars/bottles (sort by colour); newspapers/magazines eg. paper, junk mail, glossy magazines, comics; cardboard e.g. food boxes, cardboard packaging (clean dry only); solid timber only: old furniture, skirting board (remove bolts, hinges, glass) — NO chipboard, laminate, worktops or MDF; garden/green waste e.g. grass, hedge clippings (no clay or stones) — charges may apply for large amounts; flat glass e.g. window glass (remove all wood and frames); Polystyrene (household customers only); plastic bags; car batteries; household batteries; fluorescent tubes; waste oil (5 litre allowance per visit — €1 per litre thereafter); cooking oil (5 litre allowance per visit — €1 per litre thereafter); gas cylinders; large electrical household appliances; small electrical household appliances e.g. toasters, irons, radios, CD players (put in to small cages); televisions/computer monitors; scrap metal; clothes; mobile phones; compost; ink cartridges; gas cylinders; hazardous waste: household paint cans (full or empty), aerosol cans, herbicides & pesticides (household only). Compost bins for sale for €35. Commercial customers welcome (charges will apply).

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Address: Deep Water Quay, Sligo
Sligo
Phone number: 1890500800
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This Recycling facility requires all Man with a Van companies to have registered with them before arriving at the Recycle centre. When you are filling out the form to get quotes for recycling, choose the “recycle” option in the job type part of the form. By choosing the recycle option when filling out the form it means that you will only get quotes from Man with a Van companies that say they are licenced to do this type of move. Unlicensed van companies cannot by law move recycled waste. Although this may be the closest Recycling facility to you, the Man with a Van company may have permission to use another facility. When talking to the Van Company please ask where they have permission to unload recycled waste. Please be mindful that if a quote is very cheap they may be unlawfully disposing of the recyclables. It is your responsibility to ensure this does not happen. This facility operates a weigh bridge and will charge the van driver for the weight they dispose of.

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Address: Zone C Business Park, Mullingar, Co.Westmeath
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Phone number: 044 9344155
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Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm. Last vehicle admitted on site 4.50pm. The following materials are accepted from domestic householders only: aluminium cans e.g. cola cans, beer cans; food tins/metal cans e.g. bean tins, biscuit tins; dog tins (remove foil); plastic bottles e.g. milk, mineral bottles (washed with no lid); Tetrapak cartons e.g milk, juice cartons; glass bottles e.g. green, brown, clear jars/bottles (sort by colour); newspapers/magazines eg. paper, junk mail, glossy magazines, comics; cardboard e.g. food boxes, cardboard packaging (clean dry only); solid timber only: old furniture, skirting board (remove bolts, hinges, glass) — NO chipboard, laminate, worktops or MDF; garden/green waste e.g. grass, hedge clippings (no clay or stones) — charges may apply for large amounts; flat glass e.g. window glass (remove all wood and frames); Polystyrene (household customers only); plastic bags; car batteries; household batteries; fluorescent tubes; waste oil (5 litre allowance per visit — €1 per litre thereafter); cooking oil (5 litre allowance per visit — €1 per litre thereafter); gas cylinders; large electrical household appliances; small electrical household appliances e.g. toasters, irons, radios, CD players (put in to small cages); televisions/computer monitors; scrap metal; clothes; mobile phones; compost; ink cartridges; gas cylinders; hazardous waste: household paint cans (full or empty), aerosol cans, herbicides & pesticides (household only). Compost bins for sale for €35. Commercial customers welcome (charges will apply).

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