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Recycling Day in Ashbourne tomorrow

Friday, 25th April, 2014 3:58pm
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Recycling Day in Ashbourne tomorrow

The tenth Ashbourne Annual Recycling Day takes place tomorrow in Ashbourne Retail Park (beside Showtime Cinema) from 8am to 4pm.
The annual event, organised by Cllr Joe Bonner, always attracts huge numbers of people with waste they want recycled.
As usual there is a small charge (€7) per car for general household waste and Electrical (WEEE) recycling is free.
The cost for a trailer or small van is €15 to €25 and for a transit van or similar large van is €30 to €60.
The following waste will be accepted: metal, including bicycles, lawnmowers, garden furniture etc, batteries and car batteries, tyres, timber including tables and chairs, bulky household waste  including beds, mattresses, couches and toys, paints, aerosol cans etc.
Staff will be available on site to assist with unloading of heavy waste.
A full WEEE (Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment) facility will be provided free of charge.
This will include the disposal of IT equipment, large domestic appliances, dishwashers, microwaves, televisions, monitors, video players, radios, game consoles, electric lawnmowers, power tools, electric kettles, electric heaters and anything with a plug or battery operated equipment. Fluorescent tubes, batteries etc will also be accepted.
They cannot accept domestic waste  such as food, grass, oil, soil, stone or hazardous materials. 

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