November 2013

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.