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Dublin City Council aims to increase recycling level to 49% - FG
Wednesday, April 07


Dublin City Council is aiming to increase the current recycling level by almost 30% over the next two years. The city council this week published the 2003 Annual Report in relation to the Waste Management Plan.

Welcoming the report, Fine Gael Councillor Ruairí McGinley said that the current recycling level in the city is 20%, although the council aims to increase that to 49% by 2006.

“The city council now operates 100 glass banks, 11 bring centres and two recycling centres. The two bring centres in the Crumlin area are on Windmill Road and Eamonn Ceannt Park, Rutland Grove,” explained Councillor McGinley.