Fears Mount Over Mr Binman Employees

Mr Binman

Fears mount over the future of 500 jobs after Kieran Wallace and Padraic Monaghan were appointed as joint receivers, to the waste collection service “Mr Binman,” earlier this week.

The “Mr Binman,” waste collection service is based in Kilmallock, Co Limerick, but operates subsidiary offices in Tipperary and also counties Clare and Galway, employing 331 staff. A further 200 jobs are indirectly linked to the Company through contracting and other support operations.

The companies’ biggest creditor, Bank of Scotland, owed €53m, stated that the receivers appointed would operate the business as a going concern in the “short to medium term”.

The bank confirmed that wages would be paid and waste collection services, at more than 50,000 households, would be maintained during that time.

“Mr. Binman,” is a privately owned company providing a waste collection and recycling service to household customers since 1994. Mr. Binman is one of the most progressive and environmentally conscious waste disposal companies in Ireland. The company was the first recycling plant in the mid-west region to obtain an EPA Waste Licence.


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