Managing your waste for a greener future

What goes in my bin?


It is incredibly important that we recycle, not only will it save you money but it is vastly important to the environment and the future. Ireland’s landfills are filling up quicker than we realise, therefore, landfill prices will continue to rise.

Although, we can easily prevent this by REDUCING, REUSING & RECYCLING.

The Average family (2 Adults, 2 Kids) produces 25 Kilos of waste over a fortnightly basis but did you know over 75% of your waste can be recycled…

Please see to see what can and cannot be recycled


What Goes In Your Black Bin?

Anything that cannot be recycled or composted can be diposed of in your refuse bin.

Permitted in Bin

  • General refuse
  • Nappies
  • Ashe (cooled)
  • Hoover contents

NOT Permitted in the Bin

  • Hot Ashes
  • Glass
  • Papers
  • Plastics
  • Garden Waste
  • Heavy Construction/Demoltion materials

What Goes In Your Blue Bin?

Permitted in Bin

  • Newspapers & Magazines
  • Food & Drink Cans
  • Rigid Plastics
  • Cardboard
  • Tetra Pak Cartons

NOT Permitted in the Bin

  • Glass
  • General refuse
  • Coffee Cups
  • Napkins/Paper Towels
  • Aluminium Foil/Trays
  • Carrier Bags/ Refuse Sacks
  • Wrappers

No black bags in the blue bins – Clean dry loose material only.

Contaminated recycling bins will not be emptied

What Goes In Your Brown Bin?

Please ensure to use bio degradable bags only for your brown bin

Permitted in Bin

  • Cooked & Raw Food
  • Peelings & Leftovers
  • Coffee Grinds, Tea Bags & Leaves
  • Paper Napkins & Cardboard
  • Grass Cuttings & Garden Waste

NOT Permitted in the Bin

  • Plastic & Plastic Bags/Liners
  • Metal
  • Glass
  • Ashes
  • Washing Machine Sheets
  • Hoover Contents
  • Candle Wax
  • Fabric
  • Medicine
  • Plasters
  • Rocks & Gravel
  • Animal Waste
  • Personal Hygiene Products
  • Contaminated Garden Waste