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People of Mayo urged to Bring Batteries Back

Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan TD launched a new campaign to remind everyone to Bring Batteries Back, a nationwide initiative to encourage more battery recycling in Ireland.

Galway County Council honoured for recycling initiative

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Galway County Council was honoured at the recent Repak Awards during National Recycling Week. WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, selected Galway County Council as a recipient of their Special Merit Award and as a finalist in the WEEE Ireland Best WEEE and Battery Recycling Event Category for their hard work during the year and participation in the WEEE Ireland Collection Programme.

Get on board the WEEE Wagon

WEEE Ireland (Waste, Electrical and Electronic Equipment), the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, will hold a series of WEEE Wagon collection events across Galway County throughout October.

Kilkenny County Council honoured at Repak Awards

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Kilkenny County Council was honoured at the recent Repak Awards during National Recycling Week. WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, selected Kilkenny County Council as a recipient of its Special Merit Award and as a finalist in the WEEE Ireland Best WEEE and Battery Recycling Event category for its hard work during the year and participation in the WEEE Ireland Collection Programme.

WEEE Ireland announce sponsorship of RTE’s Room to Improve

With home improvement more popular than ever, RTÉ’s Room to Improve is back with a bang on our TV screens this autumn, and WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical waste and battery recycling, is sponsoring the new six-part series.

Free recycling events continue in Galway

WEEE Ireland (waste, electrical and electronic equipment), the compliance scheme for electrical waste and battery recycling, has held a series of WEEE Wagon collection events across Galway county throughout September, and these will continue into October. These smaller collection days supported by the Galway County Council allow 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.

Over 29 tonnes of electrical waste collected for recycling

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WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, held two free recycling events in Castlecomer and Urlingford recently in association with Kilkenny County Council.

Free recycling day in Callan and Thomastown with WEEE

WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, is holding a free recycling day in Callan and in Thomastown this Saturday, April 30 in association with Kilkenny County Council.

Santa helps Westmeath power towards a green Christmas

Santa paid a very special visit to Mullingar Civic Offices on Wednesday to help the European Recycling Platform (ERP), launch its Christmas Appeal in Westmeath. ERP and Westmeath County Council invited children to visit Santa in his grotto and bring their used batteries and broken WEEE toys (Waste Electrical and Electronic) along for recycling. ERP is Ireland’s only pan European compliance scheme for electrical waste and battery recycling. On the day 278 children visited Santa and an incredible 36kg of WEEE toys was recycled and 46kg of batteries were recycled, which is the equivalent of over 1,840 AA batteries.

Free electrical recycling with WEEE Ireland

WEEE Ireland, in association with Kilkenny County Council, is holding a free electrical recycling day on Saturday May 29.

 

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