Dublin City Council transfers waste collection business to Greyhound

Dublin City Council says that it will save €60 million from the transfer of its commercial and domestic waste collection business to Greyhound Recycling and Recovery.

5th December, 2011
Dublin City Council transfers waste collection business to Greyhound
A Greyhound Recycling and Recovery truck

Dublin City Council has announced the transfer of the City Council’s commercial and domestic waste collection business to Greyhound Recycling and Recovery. The deal will save the Council "in the region of €60 million" over the next six years, according to a statement from the Council.

The Clondalkin-based company will take over control of collecting the green, brown and grey bins from the City Council’s 140,000 customers on January 16th January. It has...

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