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Recycle Your Worn Out Electrical Devices

An early reminder, addressed in particular to all those residing in the Templemore – Thurles Municipal district, regarding recycling of electrical devices.

As most of us are aware, WEEE Ireland organise and promote public collection events of waste electrical devices, e.g. all types of batteries, farm fencing, automotive and portable batteries, torches, fridges, freezers, washing machines, electric ovens, PCs, TVs, Monitors, phones, lighting equipment, energy saving bulbs, power tools and other small electrical devices, in areas which do not have convenient access to civic amenity sites.

Remember WEEE material is anything with a plug normally attached and WEEE Ireland will be making collections on the following dates and from the following venues, in around three weeks to four weeks time:-

Dates – Venues – Times
Saturday – May 20th 2017 – Mid-Tipperary Mart, Thurles – 10am – 4pm.
Saturday – May 27th 2017 – Car Park, Templemore – 10am – 4pm.

WEEE Ireland is a not for profit organisation, founded by the producers of electrical and electronic appliances, in order to comply with the legal obligations imposed by the WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC.

So here is your opportunity to bring along old redundant electrical appliances for recycling. Remember this is a completely FREE service, eliminating the temptation to dump illegally in our beautiful Tipperary countryside.

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