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In response to concerns about the volume of plastic waste, pre-covid times saw reusable straws and coffee cups sold in almost every shop and café around the county. Local groups and campaigners worked towards eliminating single-use plastics. The change was building momentum and was driven by citizens! But then came Covid…. Read more – HERE We’ve […]
Over Christmas, we typically eat lots of food and spend lots of money. The remnants of millions of turkeys, tonnes of plastic packaging and miles of wrapping paper have to go somewhere. This means that over the festive season we produce 25-30% more waste than we normally do. This is unnecessary, expensive and environmentally damaging. […]
We all want to stay and protected so it is vital that we adhere to rules regarding face coverings while we are out using essential services. Please familiarise yourself with the HSE guidelines on where and how face coverings should be used in order to be most effective. Once you have used these single use […]
These bye-laws govern a range of issues, including obliging consumers to participate in an authorized waste collection service or provide documentary proof on what alternative means they use to dispose of their waste and encouraging greater segregation of waste to reduce volumes of residual waste collected. This means that from now on, every household must […]
Welcome to My Waste, Ireland’s official guide to managing your waste. Here you will find everything you need and want to know about managing your waste responsibly, efficiently and in the way that suits you. Browse this site for your local waste services; bring banks, recycling facilities along with ways to help you prevent waste, […]
All waste collectors in Ireland must have a valid waste collection permit to operate legally.
Household waste is collected from the kerbside by a waste collector. Monitoring the cost of your waste collection To deliver effective waste management service across Ireland, it’s important to understand how this complex market operates. Established in 2017, the Price Monitoring Group monitors 19 firms operating across 26 geographic markets to examine what households pay […]