WEEE Ireland Join Aldi To Hosts April Free E-Waste Collections.

WEEE Ireland, in conjunction with the German multinational family-owned discount supermarket Aldi will host free e-waste collection days across the eight major towns in Co. Tipperary, including Thurles, Roscrea, Nenagh, Cashel, Cahir, Carrick-on-Suir, Clonmel and Tipperary Town.

Co. Tipperary householders are being urged to bring their batteries, electrical, and electronic waste to a set of free collection days, to help Tipperary meet its national e-waste recycling targets for 2024.

WEEE Ireland dates for all collection venues together with Addresses and Eircodes are as follows:-

Tues 2nd April 2024 – CASHEL ALDI, Boherlough Street, Cashel, E25 YD58.
Thurs 4th April 2024 – CAHIR ALDI, Abbey Street, Carriggreen, Cahir, E21 DF29.
Tues 9th Apr 2024 – NENAGH ALDI, Springfort Retail Park, Nenagh, E45 K379.
**Thurs 11th Apr 2024 – THURLES ALDI, Kickham Street, Thurles, E41 YP28.**
Tues 16th Apr 2024 – CARRICK-ON-SUIR ALDI, Waterford Road, Tinvane, Carrick on Suir, E32 ED70.
Thurs 18th Apr 2024 – CLONMEL ALDI, Western Road, Clonmel, E91 EH39.
Tues 23rd Apr 2024 – ROSCREA ALDI, Green Street, Townspark, Roscrea, E53 TN36.
Thurs 25th Apr 2024 – TIPPERARY TOWN ALDI, Mitchell Street, Tipperary Town, E34 D786.

Remember: Anything with a plug, battery or cable can be recycled for free on the day, including old washing machines, TVs, toasters and kettles, electronic tools and toys, cables, IT equipment, mobile phones, remote controls, batteries, including farm fence batteries, and even watches.

In 2022, the equivalent of 216,157 tonnes of CO2 emissions were avoided by recycling e-waste through the WEEE Ireland Scheme as opposed to same being sent to landfill. Same is equivalent to the annual carbon consumption of some 4,323 hectares of trees.


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