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Notice for Change of Collections!

Customers,

In order to catch up on the collections that didn’t take place last Thursday and Friday, our trucks are doing double shifts Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. We hope to have most of the backlog cleared by Wednesday night. We will let customers know by text or email on the day prior to the collection taking place where possible.

We thank you for your co-operation while getting the backlog cleared.

Thank you for your patience,

The Barna Recycling team.

Get Creative With Your Waste This Christmas

Christmas is a time of festivity, giving and family but it is also a time where the levels of waste produced increases. Most of us forget to recycle or dispose of waste properly or are not aware of the recycling rules. In order to help our Barna Recycling customers dispose of their waste correctly, we have provided the below list to follow this Christmas.

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Christmas Collection Changes

Household customers due for collection on:


Christmas Day has been rescheduled to Saturday 23/12/2017
New Years Day has been rescheduled to Saturday 30/12/2017

All other collections due over the Christmas and New Year period will experience no change to their scheduled collections. 

Please leave your bins out the night before to ensure collection, as collection times may differ due to traffic, weather conditions and other circumstances on any given day.

 

Introducing Your New Household Recycling List

There is still a lot of confusion surrounding what can and cannot be recycled in Ireland, so to assist people in making the right decisions, The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment and the Irish Waste Management Association has worked together to produce a list of materials that are acceptable nationally for recycling.

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Download our Free Customer Household App

Barna Recycling are delighted to announce that we now have a free Household Customer app available for our Barna Recycling Household Customers. The app is currently available for Android phones only but will be available for iPhone users in the next few weeks.

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Repak Pushing Recycling Education in Schools

Repak recently created the ‘Recycle and Change for the Better’ education programme to teach students about best recycling practices in a response to the rising levels of recycling bin contamination in Ireland.

This programme is set up in the hope to change student attitudes and behaviours and encourage them to become passionate ambassadors. Repak have created 5 animation videos to teach the students about the importance of recycling. The videos include lessons from Jenny the Jam Jar, Cormac the Can, Bridget the Bottle, and Bobby the Box.

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