News Category: Electrical Recycling
WEEE Ireland – Service Continuity Notice
March 31st 2020
To support the national effort and following latest advice from the Irish government on measures to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus, WEEE Ireland continues to operate as follows: The WEEE...Read More
Cancellation Notice – WEEE Public Collection Events
March 16th 2020
In the interest of public health and safety and in light of ongoing advice from the government on measures to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus, WEEE Ireland has taken the decision to postpone...Read More
WEEE Ireland Reaffirms Partnership with LauraLynn!
March 10th 2020
WEEE Ireland Reaffirms LauraLynn Partnership with €50,000 donation, brings total LauraLynn donation to over €440,000! WEEE Ireland 2020 – celebrating 15 years of electrical recycling in...Read More
WEEE Ireland Achieves Certification of World Class Business Standards
December 13th 2019
WEEE Ireland was amongst 20 organisations from the private, public and SME sectors gathered at NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland) offices in Dublin this week for a special ceremony...Read More
WEEE Ireland Sets New Records for Waste Electrical and Battery Recycling
June 19th 2019
2018 the Most Successful Year to Date as WEEE Ireland collects 36,131 Tonnes of E-Waste Irish consumers and businesses contribute to saving of equivalent of 220,000 tonnes of CO2 National success...Read More
Small Things Matter Now and Forever!
April 16th 2019
When it Comes to Recycling, One Small Action Can Make a Huge Difference WEEE Ireland’s Small Things Matter campaign encourages Irish householders to recycle waste lighting equipment and small...Read More
Consumers surpass national recycling targets in 2018, with 11 batteries recycled for every person!
February 24th 2019
WEEE Ireland Reaffirms Partnership with LauraLynn with €50,000 Donation Brings Total LauraLynn Donation to over €390,000 WEEE Ireland, Ireland’s largest electrical and battery recycling...Read More