North Strand Recycling Centre
- Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) – You must contact centre a day before you deliver to ensure there is sufficient capacity at the facility – FREE
- Paper; newspapers; magazines; cardboard; beverage carton; glass bottles and jars; food and drink cans; plastic bottles; plastic packaging; clothes and shoes; batteries; fluorescent tubes; mobile phones; household white goods (cookers, fridges, etc); household brown goods (radios, TVs, etc) – FREE
- Bagged household domestic waste – €2 charge for each 80 litre bag of domestic waste
- Bulky items; Gas cylinders; Waste Oil; Timber; Household Rubble; Flat Glass; Green Waste; Steel; Household Priority Waste (e.g. paints, aerosols, pesticides) – CHARGES APPLY
Dublin City Council Bring Centre
- Paper; Cans; Cardboard; TetraPak; Plastics; Textiles: Light Bulbs; Glass; Flat Glass; Cooking Oil; Waste Engine Oil – FREE
- Green Garden Waste €2 per 80 litre bag & €16 per 1m skip bag.
- Commercial green waste not accepted.
Other Recycling Services
Community Electrical Recycling: recycleit.ie
Bottle (Glass) & Clothes Bank, Clontarf Road
Household Kerbside Collections
A number of Waste Collection Permit Holders provide household kerbside collections in your area. Click here for more information.
Bulky Household Waste Collection
Dublin City Council offers an online Bulky Household Waste Collection Service to households. This is for items that are too large to be accepted by the regular waste collection service, eg. Furniture, carpets, bikes, kitchen and bathroom units, etc.
Reporting Litter or Pollution
You can report issues like abandoned vehicles, graffiti, illegal dumping, etc on Dublin City Council’s Online Self Service Portal.