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Posts Tagged ‘Recycling

28
Mar

  Be a Good Egg this Easter – Recycle your packaging from your Easter eggs.   Easter Recycling Hints and Tips   Cardboard – Compress/fold cardboard boxes flat and put into your Green bin.   Plastics – Most Easter egg molded plastic is PET – denoted by a triangle with the number 1. This can […]

16
Feb

  Greyhound Household, the country’s largest domestic waste company , has called on people to make a special effort to use their brown bins for 2018. Greyhound says almost 95% of people don’t utilise their brown bin while more than 40% don’t us it at all.   Greyhound’s Group Managing Director, John Brosnan said:   […]

18
Dec

  We are happy to be able to lend a helping hand this year by providing an Extra Christmas Collection for recycling materials.   We know that at this time of the year, our customers tend to produce more recyclable materials, what with all of the gift packaging and wrapping paper!   To ease the […]

05
Jul

  St. Patricks Estate is Clondalkin’s Tidiest Estate 2017   St. Patricks has been awarded Clondalkin’s tidiest estate in a summer competition organised by Clondalkin Tidy Towns committee and Greyhound Recycling. The winner receives a €500 prize and a free skip to use to enhance common areas. St. Patrick’s will also receive a winner’s plaque […]

28
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 […]

28
Mar

And the Winner is…   This year we had a huge uptake in entries for our 5th class primary schools art competition. The competition was open to all primary schools in Dublin with the overall winner coming from Holy Child Boys National School, Larkhill.   Brendan, Paul & Iosach from Greyhound Household called out to […]

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