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Posts Tagged ‘Pay by Weight Update

09
Aug

  A wise man once said ‘with great power comes great responsibility’. This is especially true when it comes to protecting our environment by reducing our waste.   Did you know that one load of food from your kitchen caddy has a lot of power in it?   If you can use the brown bin […]

03
Aug

  5 Clever Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste Through Taking Simple Steps   Avoid using plastic bags: It is estimated that around 1 trillion plastic bags are used worldwide each year. These bags take centuries to decompose and can be harmful to wild/marine life. Your ‘bag for life’ is better for the environment and for […]

29
Jun

The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten, T.D., today (27 June 2017) confirmed that a more flexible framework for waste collection charges has been approved by Government.   The Minister stated “Allowing for a range of charging options, which most consumers are already familiar with, will encourage householders to reduce and separate […]

17
Jun

Get Your Account Ready for Pay By Weight!   With Pay by Weight beginning on the 1st of July, we would like to help make the transition a little easier with a BONUS CREDIT OFFER!   For every €50 you top up by between now and the 30th of June, you will receive an additional 10% credit! […]

15
Jun

Dublin City Council has just updated the list of designated areas where the presentation and collection of waste in bags will be permitted on or after 1st July 2016.   This update follows additional reviews of streets against the criteria issued by the Department of Environment Community and Local Government.   Please click HERE for a […]

13
Jun

Dublin’s Recycling Champion Kicks Off!   Today marks the kick off of not only Ireland’s first match of Euro 2016 #coybig, but also our 3rd annual Recycling Champion Competition!   Did you know that more than 99% of all waste in Sweden is recycled? In 2012, over 2 million tonnes of household waste was converted […]

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