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WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, is holding two free recycling events in Galway this weekend. The collection events, in association with Galway County Council, will take place in the following locations.
Afree recycling event will be held staged in DID Electrical, Briarhill Business Park this weekend in honour of LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice.
The season of giving is just around the corner, and this year the people of Mayo can give to a charity and help the environment for free thanks to WEEE Ireland and LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice. Due to the success of last year’s inaugural Spread a Little Sunshine campaign, WEEE Ireland is teaming up with LauraLynn for a whole year to try to recycle as many waste batteries as possible while also creating a fund for the children’s charity.
Galwegians who have waste white goods, electronic, and electrical equipment to get rid of should take advantage of an upcoming free public collection day.
Mayo County Council was honoured at the Repak Awards during National Recycling Week last week. WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, selected Mayo County Council as a recipient of its Special Merit Award and as a finalist in the WEEE Ireland Best Participating Local Authority Category for its hard work during the year and participation in the WEEE Ireland Collection Programme.
Ballina councillor Annie May Reape is encouraging people across the county to avail of a free electrial and electronic recycling event which is taking place tomorrow (Saturday, October 6) at three venues in Mayo.
WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, will hold a series of WEEE collections throughout County Galway from this week.
WEEE Ireland and Tesco today announced their schedule of collection of electrical and electronic equipment days for the summer months. Free recycling events are scheduled in the following Mayo stores: Tesco Castlebar on Saturday June 30; Tesco Claremorris and Tesco Ballinrobe on Saturday July 14.
WEEE Ireland held a series of WEEE Wagon collections throughout Mayo during March and April, supported by Mayo County Council. These smaller collection days allowed people from towns and villages across the county to get rid of any household electrical equipment and batteries in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.
Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan has launched a new campaign to remind everyone to “Bring Batteries Back”, a nationwide initiative to encourage more battery recycling in Ireland. WEEE Ireland, the compliance scheme responsible for WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) and waste battery recycling will be facilitating the campaign through their network of battery collection boxes in retail outlets, recycling centres and other collection points throughout Galway city and county.