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Park Road Recycling Centre

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  • 26-07-2009 10:48am
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    Registered Users Posts: 4,238 ✭✭✭


    Hi,

    What is accepted at the Park Road Recycling Centre?

    I know they take paper, cardboard, batteries and electronics, but what else??

    do they take plastics, wood or scrap metal?

    Cheers.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,528 ✭✭✭Lucious Sweet


    Hi,

    What is accepted at the Park Road Recycling Centre?

    I know they take paper, cardboard, batteries and electronics, but what else??

    do they take plastics, wood or scrap metal?

    Cheers.

    They take plastic bottles alright not sure about the rest. The Dock Road Recycling Centre will take a lot more. Not sure about treated wood though, you might have to take that to mr binman.

    moz


  • Registered Users Posts: 4,238 ✭✭✭Spon Farmer


    moz wrote: »
    They take plastic bottles alright not sure about the rest. The Dock Road Recycling Centre will take a lot more. Not sure about treated wood though, you might have to take that to mr binman.

    moz

    cheers, moz.

    the centre at Mungret does take treated wood now. it's just very difficult for me to get to.:(

    does Mr. Binman take metal and wood when collection the bins and bags?
    I checked their site but it's rubbish:P

    how can I dispose of rags?


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,528 ✭✭✭Lucious Sweet


    cheers, moz.

    <snip>
    does Mr. Binman take metal and wood when collection the bins and bags?
    I checked their site but it's rubbish:P

    No, unless you can get that old kitchen table into the wheelie bin :rolleyes:
    They have a depot out near Ballyneety somewhere, you'd need to contact them. The Mungret centre take scrap metal AFAIK.


  • Registered Users Posts: 4,238 ✭✭✭Spon Farmer


    moz wrote: »
    No, unless you can get that old kitchen table into the wheelie bin :rolleyes:

    :P
    it's nothing big. a small bag of metal and one bag of busted up photo frames.
    they'd fit in the wheelie bin, but are they allowed?
    moz wrote: »
    They have a depot out near Ballyneety somewhere, you'd need to contact them. The Mungret centre take scrap metal AFAIK.

    I call in the morning.
    Mungret is difficult.
    cheers


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