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However as we bid a fond farewell to the summer months last weekend, WEEE Ireland, the Irish Compliance Scheme for electrical recycling, is reminding the people of Ireland that there has never been a better time to say goodbye your old batteries and small electronic items including clocks and watches and bring them back for recycling.
Thomastown Tidy Towns Committee will hold a workshop on waste minimisation at 7.30pm on Monday December 8 in the Watergarden Tea Room.
The Galway City Council operates a recycling centre in the Liosbán Industrial Estate and over the Christmas period it will have slightly different opening hours.
With Christmas upon us, we should spare a thought for the environment and try to make Christmas as environmentally friendly as possible. This does not mean that we cannot enjoy Christmas, rather it means we make small changes to reduce any possible negative environmental effects our enjoyment of Christmas may have.
WEEE Ireland, in partnership with Kilkenny County Council, will hold a free electrical recycling day in three locations across Kilkenny this Saturday.
WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, has provided extra resources in recent weeks to assist local authorities in collecting water damaged household electrical waste in areas affected by flooding.
The European Recycling Platform (ERP), Ireland’s only pan-European compliance scheme for electrical and waste battery recycling, has announced that it will begin operating in Westmeath in the new year.