Search Results for 'Recycling in Ireland'

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Greyhound’s waste war with City Bin hots up and moves west

Waste management company Greyhound has announced its expansion into Galway city with the creation of 10 local jobs and promises of 50 per cent savings on household bin costs.

Mayo County Council honoured at Repak Awards by WEEE Ireland

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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.

Mayo recycled with pride in 2011

Repak has commended Mayo for its contribution in helping to develop packaging recycling from the equivalent of 2,985 tonnes to 19,263 in 2011, and urges all householders and businesses in Mayo to continue to build on its successful track record of packaging recycling in 2012.

Let’s do what WEEE can, says Minister in battery appeal

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.

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.

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.

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.

Last call for bring bank nominations in Galway

The final deadline has been set for nominations for this year’s Repak sponsored Best Presented Bring Bank Award as part of the National Tidy Towns Competition.

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