Barna Recycling collections for Galway City Council customers has commenced

Since November 23rd 2013, we have been servicing your bins on behalf of Galway City Council. We hope you are happy with the service and look forward to managing your waste collection needs in 2014.

  • Galway City Council will be sending you their last bill in early January for any waste charges due for the last four months of 2013.
  • Barna Recycling will continue to collect your bins as normal from January 1st 2014
  • In late January you will receive your bill for €53.00 for the service charge for January 1st to April 30th.

If you have any questions regarding the service or would like to discuss any additional needs with us, please call us on 0818 287 010.

Remember, with Barna you don’t just get a reliable bin collection service you get discounts on Skip Hire and Bring Bank Services.

Some of our unique Customer Special Offers include:

  • €30 off large 8 & 12 cubic yard skips
  • 12.5% off charged for waste drop off & recycling facilities
  • €25 off your next bill for each new customer you refer to us and who signs up and pays for a minimum of 6 months

Terms & Conditions Apply.

New Pay By Weight System For Leitrim Waste Collection

New Leitrim County Council Waste Management Bye Laws Introduce Pay By Weight System for all Waste Collection in the County. As a result Barna Recycling Tags & Bags will no longer be available to customers from February 3rd 2014.

Contact Us Today For More Information Call 1890 200 425.

Read this article from this weeks Leitrim Observer for more.

Leitrim Observer

Statement from Galway City Council regarding Household Waste

Galway City Council Picture with Barna Recycling

Agreement with Barna Recycling 20 November 2014

“Galway City Council today signed an agreement with Barna Recycling (formerly Barna Waste) for the provision of Household Waste Collection Services to all existing Galway City Council Customers.

Barna Recycling will commence household waste collection, initially on behalf of Galway City Council for a Transition Period, from Monday, 25th November until 31st December 2013.

Galway City Council will continue to manage existing customer accounts for the Transition Period. Barna Recycling will commence the management of existing customer accounts from the 1st of January 2014.
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Barna Recycling win Galway City Council bin collection contract

In a statement issued today, Managing Director of Barna Recycling, Sean Curran, said,

“We are delighted to have been selected as the preferred bidder by Galway City

Council for their bin collection contract. For over 20 years we have been providing waste collection services to customers in Galway and throughout the west of Ireland.”

Waste Collection“We promise a seamless transition for all Galway City Council customers and will be in contact with them in the coming weeks to finalise all bin collection details. Our commitment to providing an excellent waste collection service remains our number one priority ”

Barna Recycling operates a state of the art facility at Carrowbrowne, on the outskirts of town that is fully equipped to manage recycling, compost and general waste. The company currently manages waste for over 60,000 household and business customers in Connacht.

Barna Recycling Composting Facility

Here at Barna Recycling we have been working hard to develop and launch our new and largest in Connacht composting facility at Carrowbrowne, Galway. We are delighted to announce that it is now fully functional and well on its way to operating to its maximum capacity of dealing with 40,000 tonnes of organic waste annually.

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