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Local Authorities For Recycling in Ireland

Your local authority can provide you with all the information you need about the waste management services in your area, including Bring Banks and Recycling Centres, and specific details of your local Pay by Use scheme.

For the purpose of planning waste management in Ireland, some counties have grouped together to provide a shared solution and some counties are going it alone. However, all counties have a waste management plan that has set broad objectives and targets. For more details of the waste plan in your area click below.

Dublin Region – Targets of the Plan
Dublin City Council
Dun Laoghaire–Rathdown County Council
Fingal County Council
South Dublin County Council

South East
Waterford City Council
Waterford County Council
Wexford County Council
South Tipperary County Council
Kilkenny County Council
Carlow County Council

North East Region
Meath County Council
Cavan County Council
Monaghan County Council
Louth County Council

Limerick Clare Kerry
Limerick City Council
Limerick County Council
Clare County Council
Kerry County Council

Connaught
Mayo County Council
Galway City Council
Galway County Council
Leitrim County Council
Roscommon County Council
Sligo County Council

Midlands
Longford County Council
Westmeath County Council
Laois County Council
North Tipperary County Council
Offaly County Council

Cork
Cork City Council
Cork County Council

Going it alone…
Wicklow
Kildare
Donegal

 

TIDY TOWNS 2022 – RACE AGAINST WASTE MODULE

In 2004 a pilot module on waste management was introduced to the Tidy Towns competition. This module was run again on a pilot basis in 2005 and almost 100 applicants took part. Here’s what some of the award winners and highly commended communities are doing to reduce, recycle and compost waste.

Overall Winner: Mountmellick, Co. Laois

Winner Category A-B: Stradbally, Co Waterford

Winner Category C-D: Mountmellick, Co Laois

Winner Category E-F: Ballymun, Dublin

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