Thirty five new jobs created in the City Bin Company following a €15 million investment

Award-winning waste collection operators, the City Bin Co., recently confirmed the creation of 35 new jobs within Dublin and Galway regions. This decision will come into effect over the next few months and follows significant investment from averda – the largest private environmental solutions provider in the Middle East - the Gulf co-operation council, and North Africa.

This commercial alliance between averda and the City Bin Co marks the first time that averda has expanded into Europe. The future plan is for averda to extend its corporation into other European destinations with Ireland being chosen as its headquarters. The large-scale deal will also see averda taking a majority shareholding in The City Bin Co as well as other operational investments.

Recruitment for the 35 new positions commences immediately, with the City Bin Co. seeking to occupy a range of positions in Dublin and Galway over the coming months. These will include service delivery staff, specialist IT roles, and customer service positions.

Gene Browne, CEO of the City Bin Co said, “We are delighted to announce our partnership with averda and the creation of 35 new jobs – representing a 50% increase in our workforce. The City Bin Co has ambitious growth plans for the future and prides itself on its customer-centric business model. The averda deal is a welcome signal of international confidence in our model and an excellent opportunity to drive international best practice in the European waste sector. ”

Minister for the Environment, Community, and Local Government, Phil Hogan voiced his approval of the recent development saying: “In launching the Government's new waste policy last July, I was ensuring that the industry could make investment decisions with policy certainty. Therefore, in that context, it is very encouraging to see a home grown company attracting international investment to Ireland. The City Bin Co is fast becoming a market leader for customer service in its sector and the creation of 35 jobs is great news for Dublin and Galway.”


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