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Waste managment association members agree to 12-month price freeze

IWMA will provide a bin collection cost comparison to their customers

21st June, 2016
IWMA members have agreed to freeze bin collection charges for a year

"During this 12-month transition period, waste companies will provide a cost comparison to their customers that will show the amount of waste they are disposing, their current costs and the equivalent pay-by-weight charges," the IWMA, whose members manage three-quarters of all Irish waste, said.

"Providing this cost comparison will help householders better understand how waste charges are calculated. They will be able to see how recycling more can reduce their annual charges.

The IWMA has...

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