Waste Electrical Items

The European Directive on Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment, WEEE, means that consumers are entitled to have their old electrical and electronic equipment taken back at point of sale when they are purchasing a new similar item. The old item is then recycled.    In addition there are two sites for the collection of household WEEE in Limerick City.  

Sites where Household WEEE can be taken Free of Charge

Mungret Recycling Centre        

Park Road Depot, Rhebogue               Opening Hours: Mon - Thurs 8.00 am - 5.00 pm; Fri 8.00 am - 4.00pm

As space is restricted at Park Road please bring all large electrical goods e.g.  fridges cookers, washing machines etc to Mungret Recycling Centre

Queries - Phone Environment Department, Limerick City Council - 407190

 

The European Recycling Platform -ERP- run Be Free Recycling events at intervals during the year


 

 

   WEEE Information Sheet MS Word - 425 Kb | PDF - 221 Kb)
   

   WEEE and the Consumer (PDF - 67 Kb)
   

Environment Department  Phone: 061 407190

Last update:27/09/2011

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