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DCC Collecting Large Houshold Waste In Dublin 8 Tomorrow @ 7.30am

DCC Large Household Waste Disposal Collection Dublin 8

The Dublin City Council will be going around local housing estates picking up old house hold goods, in and around the Dublin 8 area. Leaflets were dropped in letter boxes as early as yesterday morning by Council Workers.

Residents living in the Mallin Avenue, St James Walk, and McCarthy Terrace, and residents living beside the Fatima Luas line, can leave old household and garden furniture by 7.30am outside their front gate, or garden.

Household or garden goods must be left outside your front gate, and it must be kept in a neat bundle and easy to get to.

Here is a quick summary what they will or won’t take away:

Will Take Away:

  • household furniture
  • carpets
  • bedding and mattress
  • kitchen units/worktops/kitchen sinks/ironing boards
  • doors
  • bathroom and toilet suites
  • cycles
  • ladders
  • garden furniture including barbecues
  • oil tanks, boilers, and radiators (fully drained)
  • children’s swings or slides
  • children’s buggies, prams, or any large toy items

Won’t Take Away:

  • household waste
  • recycle waste
  • builders rubble – for example; soil, stones, paving, bricks, etc.
  • large amounts of waste resulting of house or garden building jobs
  • glass

Electric appliances ie, washing machines, or any other electric cord appliances these can be returned to where they were bought from, under the recycling terms, or you can dispose them free of charge at Civic Amenity Centres at Ringsend (Dublin 4) or North Strand (Dublin 3).

Regarding paint, or any household ‘priority wastes’, including spirits, fluorescent tubes, etc., again these products can be brought to the above centres and disposed of freely.

Please note: The council won’t take your rubbish for the collection you must bring it back in from the front of your house no later than 4pm that day. The council will not collect rubbish if they feel it’s not fit for the general clean up.

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One Response

  1. Liam Egan says:

    Can you advise when you will be collecting in Raheny please. Ennafort Rd in particular but anywhere in Dublin 5 would be worthwhile, Liam

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