Thursday October 29, 2020

Dublin City Council loses money in waste wars

Dublin City Council is considering a price freeze on all household waste collection prices across the city as it attempts to stem revenue losses caused by competition with private collectors.

18th August, 2007

Dublin City Council is considering a price freeze on all household waste collection prices across the city as it attempts to stem revenue losses caused by competition with private collectors.

understands that the council, which oversees the waste strategy for the four local councils in the greater Dublin area, is examining rationalisation of routes and the offer of incentives to loyal customers in a bid to compete with its rivals. The Sunday Business Post

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