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Recycling

New Household Recycling List

Recycling Campaign

November 2017 - The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Energy, together with the Waste Industry has drawn up a definitive list of materials which can be put into household recycling bins in Ireland.

The list includes paper and cardboard, rigid plastics, steel and aluminium cans.

If it's not on the list, it doesn’t go in the recycling bin.

Collectors across the country will leave a ‘bin tag’ on every bin with this information in the coming weeks.

To see what goes into the bin, what does not go in and why, visit recyclinglistireland.ie

When you are putting materials into the recycling bins – Dry, Clean and Loose is the best way to present the items.

Want to find out more on how to save money on your weekly Household Waste Collection bills?

Why not do something good for the environment and check out all the items you can recycle in County Longford?

  
Bottles & Tins 
Glass Bottles & Cans

You can recycle all your bottles and cans FREE OF CHARGE at one of 26 Bring Bank locations throughout County Longford. For a full list of locations, click here. Note: Anyone who leaves waste, including bags or boxes at the Bottle Banks will be prosecuted

Electrical appliances 
Electrical Appliances

You can dispose of all old electrical and white goods FREE OF CHARGE at either of Longford’s two private Civic Amenity sites.  For details of locations and opening times, click here.

Items such as fridges, freezers, TV’s, washing machines, cookers, hair dryers, etc. are all accepted FREE OF CHARGE.

newspapers 
Cardboards/Newspapers

You can recycle your cardboard, plastics and newspaper at a minimal charge of €0.20/kg at either of Longford’s two private Civic Amenity sites.  For details of locations and opening times see below.

battery recycling 
 Batteries

You can now bring back your old batteries to any shop that sells batteries and they will be recycled FREE OF CHARGE.  Look out for the small blue box in the shop.  Alternatively, batteries (including car batteries) are accepted at either one of Longford’s two private Civic Amenity sites.  For details of locations and opening times, see below.

clothes recycling 
Clothes/Shoes/Accessories

Why not donate all your unwanted clothes that are in good condition to any one of your local Charity Shops.

Alternatively, old worn clothes can be disposed of FREE OF CHARGE at either of Longford’s two private Civic Amenity sites.  For details of locations and opening times see below.

furniture recycling 
Furniture

REVAMP will accept your old furniture FREE OF CHARGE provided it is in good condition and fit for resale. They will also restore your old furniture.  For details of location and opening times see below.

furniture recycling 

Large Goods Collections

Longford County Council holds a series of large goods collections every year throughout the County at various locations. We collect beds, mattresses, old furniture, bicycles, scrap metal, carpets, lino, children’s toys and timber.  A special collection for hazardous waste, such as paint, is also organised at specific locations.  A nominal fee is charged.

For further information contact the Environment Section at 043-3343300

composter 
Composting

Composting is a great way of getting rid of unwanted organic material in the home and also provides a great source of compost for the garden. You can compost vegetable peelings, egg shells and cardboard egg boxes, tea bags, fruit peelings, leaves, some grass, kitchen towel and newspaper. For further information on composting, please contact the Environment Section at 043-3343300

paint tin 
Hazardous Waste

Items such as waste paint tins, fluorescent tubes, weedkiller, waste oil, etc., should not be disposed of along with your household waste.  Special collections are organised by Longford Co. Co.  For further information contact the Environment Section at 043-3343367

tyres 
Waste Tyres

All tyre retailers are obliged to take back your old tyres when you are purchasing new ones. 

Anyone wishing to dispose of waste tyres may do so at either of Longford’s two private Civic Amenity sites.  For details of locations and opening times see below

Civic Amenity Sites.

Longford has two private Civic Amenity sites operated by Mulleadys Ltd: www.mulleadys.com

tyres

Outdoor Civic Amenity Site at Cloonaugh, Drumlish, Co. Longford.
Tel: 043-3324128

Opening Times:
Mon. to Fri.: 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. & 1.45 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Saturday: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm
Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.

tyres 

Indoor Civic Amenity Site at Westlink Business Park, Athlone Road, Longford.  Tel:  043-3348836

Opening Times:
Wednesday: 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. & 1.45 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Saturday: 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.

The following items are accepted for recycling at the Civic Amenity Sites:

  • Cardboard
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Junk Mail
  • Plastic bottles
  • Plastic film
  • Tin Cans
  • Aluminium Cans

 Other items accepted at the Civic Amenity Sites are:

  • Timber
  • Metal
  • Green Waste
  • Glass
  • Waste Oil
  • Fluorescent Tubes
  • Batteries (large and small)
  • Textiles
  • Large and Small Electrical Goods
Longford ReVamp Store.Mastertech Business Park,
Athlone Road,
Longford.
Tel:  043 3348876
Mob: 087 9573491
Email:  info@revamp3rstore.com 
Website:  www.revamp3rstore.com
Store Opening Times: Monday to Friday:  9.30am to 5.30pm
Saturday 10.00am to 6.00pm