Are recycling Centres open during lockdown in Dublin?
Lower Grangegorman Bring Centre Dublin City Council is open throughout #Lockdown. Now accepting small electrical items. L-R Cheers to Eddie, James, Bernard and all at the Bring Centre. DCC: ”Our Bring Centres/CA Sites will remain open during Level 5 restrictions to enable you to recycle responsibly.
What can you bring to a bring Centre?
Opening Hours Paper, Cans, Cardboard, Tetra Pak, Plastics, Textiles, Batteries, Light bulbs, Glass, Flat glass, Books, Cooking oil, Waste engine oil, Green Waste, Small WEEE (items no bigger than a standard microwave oven). You can pay on-site for the disposal of green waste.
Where can I take polystyrene?
If you do not have access to a civic amenity centre who can recycle it then EPS should be placed in the general waste bin. If it’s the the polystyrene used in a coffee cup lid this can be placed in your recycle bin.
What Cannot be recycled in Ireland?
The below items can NOT be placed into the recycling bin: Nappies and Sanitary Products (including baby wipes) Food Waste. Contaminated Packaging (greasy, dirty or with residue) Garden Cuttings / Soil.
How do I dispose of a mattress in Dublin?
Easy to arrange – simply call 083 8333 500 and we’ll arrange the mattress removal from Dublin at a time that suits you. Provide same day service and off-hour service including weekends. We removal your junk from wherever it’s located in your area or in any other part of County Dublin.
Can you put pillows and duvets in a skip?
Disposing of Duvets and Pillows If you have old duvets and pillows, you can dispose of them in an eco-friendly manner instead of throwing them into a rubbish bin. Duvets and pillows can fill up your garbage bin or small skip, and you won’t have enough space for other waste materials.
How do I get rid of polystyrene in Dublin?
Expanded Polystyrene (such as used to package large electrical items) is recyclable but cannot be placed in your household recycling bin as it breaks up like glass. Some recycling (civic amenity) centres accept Expanded Polystyrene for recycling. Please check mywaste.ie for locations.
How do I dispose of polystyrene in Dublin?
In this respect, you can leave your polystyrene boxes in the following centres and they will recycle it for you: Eden Park Recycling Centre, Glasthule (beside Sandycove dart station), Dun Laoighre, Dublin. Shanganagh Recycling Centre, Shanganagh Cemetery Car Park, Shankill, Dublin.
Can Pringles tubes be recycled in Ireland?
Once you pop, you can’t recycle. A post-back scheme for Pringles crisp tubs is not being introduced in Ireland, to the chagrin of waste companies.
Can biscuit tins be recycled Ireland?
These should be placed in the household recycling bin.
How much does it cost to dispose of a mattress in Ireland?
How much will it cost? A charge of €30 applies to each mattress we recycle.
How do I dispose of an old duvet in Ireland?
Duvets and pillows are not recyclable and may be disposed of in one’s household black wheelie bin. They are also accepted as general waste at Ballyogan Recycling Park.