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After many successful years catering for the people of Mullingar and surounding areas, Wallace Recycling is now expanding to Longford, Moate, and Athlone.
Following a failed effort last year to pass a material contravention in relation to an application which was submitted by Brendan Byrne and Sons Ltd for a mixed use residential scheme (including residential, crèche and gym) on zoned land in the Lodge Road area, all councillors, bar Councillor Myles Staunton, were in favour of the development.
Independent councillor Declan McDonnell has condemned those who are involved in the illegal dumping which has become a threat to health, safety, the enjoyment, and sport in the Mervue area.
The Belvedere Home and Garden show at the weekend kick started the promotional season for Allied Waste Management services. Based in Clonmellon, Co Westmeath, Allied Waste have been the main bin collectors for Westmeath County Council for the past five years. In order to give something back to the Westmeath community, they had skippy bag giveaways for everyone who attended the show last weekend. The giveaway proved to be a huge success for Allied Waste and they are urging anyone who missed out on the offer to contact their Clonmellon office for their free skippy bag.
Fine Gael leader Deputy Enda Kenny has condemned those responsible for dumping rubbish at the graveyard beside Lough Lannagh. The dumping is taking place at the weekends and has occurred twice over the past fortnight. The Mayo TD visited the area last Saturday morning to see the damage for himself and assisted in the clean-up with Councillor Ger Deere and Mr Ernie Sweeney.
Municipal waste services in Athlone will cease before the end of the year after the Town Council followed the county’s lead at this month’s meeting (November 2), and conceded its inability to commercially compete with the eight private companies operating in the county.
As rising water levels threatens areas in Gort a local charity shop has opened its doors to the tide of people who have found themselves in need of extra clothing, furniture, and other essentials as a result of the floods.
The Galway City Council’s refuse collection service will continue over the Christmas and New Year period, with the exception of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Christmas came early for one Athlone household this week as Westmeath's only family-owned local waste and recycling business, Wallace Recycling, announced the winner of their recession-busting competition to give away free bin collections for a whole year.
Christmas came early for one Mullingar household this week as Westmeath's only family-owned local waste and recycling business, Wallace Recycling, announced the winner of their recession-busting competition to give away free bin collections for a whole year.