Greyhound invests €3m in Dublin facility

Dublin-based waste company Greyhound Recycling & Recovery is to invest €3 million in a new materials recovery facility at its Dublin headquarters.

13th September, 2008

Dublin-based waste company Greyhound Recycling & Recovery is to invest €3 million in a new materials recovery facility at its Dublin headquarters.

Supported by Enterprise Ireland, the facility is the latest phase of a €20 million investment strategy for the company, which last week announced a new €5 million waste management contract with Dublin Airport Authority (DAA).

The deal, involving all three DAA-managed airports at Dublin, Cork and Shannon, will see Greyhound handle up to...

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