Where can I recycle?
Do you have electrical, battery or lighting waste? Recycle it FREE through our authorised collection points.
Use the interactive map to find your nearest local recycling centre, Public Collection Day, Electrical Retailer and Bulb Exchange Store. Waste portable batteries can be recycled at your local newsagent.
22nd April 2021
Almost six million batteries were recycled through five supermarkets last year as more people used their grocery shop to do their bit for the planet. WEEE Ireland collected half of the huge haul from Aldi stores, which led the charge on 3.2million, double that of its German rival Lidl on 1.6million. The e-waste recycling scheme also picked...Read More View All News
Small Things Matter!
Recycling waste batteries, electrical and lighting equipment allows valuable resources including plastics, metals and glass to be recovered for further use in manufacturing, and ensures hazardous waste is disposed of safely helping to protect our environment.
From fridges to phones, laptops to lawnmowers, toys to power tools and everything in between – every piece of e-waste matters.
So when its reached the end of its useful life, return your electrical and electronic waste to your local authority recycling centre (at no charge) or participating electrical retailers (where’s there’s no purchase necessary), and drop waste lightbulbs to local authority recycling centres and hardware and lighting stores nationwide.