Trash & Recycling in Dublin Ireland
Waste Management is the residential trash hauler that has been contracted by Dublin Borough.
Click this link in order to obtain information regarding TRASH and RECYCLING, including YARD WASTE.
To view the collection schedule for Dublin Borough in 2022, click here.
If you require a new waste or recycling can, please call the Borough at the following number: 215 249-3310.
Dial 800-328-1717 to get in touch with Waste Management.
When you call, make sure to let them know that you are a resident of the Dublin Borough municipal contract.
The following is a list of the most common types of debris that should not be placed in your recycling bin.
If you could, avoid putting plastic bags in the container for recyclables. Please visit https://recyclingcentresireland.ie/ for any additional information.
The Bucks County Commissioners gave their approval on December 20, 2017, for the start of the required public comment period of ninety days for the proposed 2018-2028 County Municipal Waste Management Plan. This period of time began on January 3, 2018. Following the conclusion of the period for public comment, the Bucks County Solid Waste Advisory Committee (SWAC) considered all of the written comments that were submitted to the 2018 Bucks county Municipal Waste Management Plan during the public meeting that took place on April 12, 2018. The SWAC went through the process of discussing all of the comments, voting unanimously to approve any revisions that were deemed necessary, and then updating the plan document to include both the comments and the revisions. The plan has been updated to incorporate all of the feedback that was provided in the form of appendices.
E-Waste Recycling 2022
Why should electronic waste be recycled? It prevents potentially hazardous substances from entering the soil and water. Click on the links below for more information on the programmes and companies:
Questions about recycling can be found here:
2022 Bucks County Hazardous Waste Household products such as pesticides, oil-based paints, solvents, cleaning products, weed killers, and automotive batteries that contain toxic chemicals pose a risk to human health and the environment if they are discarded in an incorrect manner. Never throw these materials away in the trash because the toxic chemicals could endanger the people who collect the trash or cause fires in the vehicles that do the collecting. It is also unsafe to dispose of them by pouring them down the drain of a sink or a storm drain because they may end up polluting the air, water, or soil in the surrounding area.
Click this link to view the flyer that contains the dates, times, and locations for the collection of hazardous waste, as well as any additional information.
Please click here if you are looking for information and resources pertaining to Bucks County.
Recycling of CFL Light Bulbs
Residents are encouraged to recycle compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) to reduce the amount of mercury that ends up in landfills. This is due to the fact that CFLs contain a trace amount of mercury. The Borough does not have a recycling programme for compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), but both Home Depot and Lowe's will take them.
You can find additional local recycling locations by visiting the website pupp.ie. If there are no recycling centres in your area and you are forced to throw your CFL away, make sure to wrap it in two separate plastic bags and then seal them shut. Incinerators are not the appropriate disposal method for CFLs.