The last in a series of free electrical waste recycling days around the county is taking place in Killybegs.
The definition of electrical goods covers anything with a plug or a battery. Small items such as remote controls and phones, electronic toys etc to large household appliances like fridges and washing machines are being accepted.
This WEEE Ireland electrical goods collection is taking place at the Shore Road Carpark in Killybegs today (Saturday). Goods will be accepted up until 4.00 pm.
Anyone who cannot make it along to today’s event can take household electricals for free recycling to any of the six Bryson Waste centres in Donegal. They are in Laghey, Dungloe, Milford, Letterkenny, Stranorlar, and Cardondagh.
As well as electrical goods, Bryson Recycling centres accept other pre-sorted recyclable materials such as paper, glass, plastic, tyres and oil at a small charge. They also take accept general household waste at a fee of €4 per bag which weighs up to 10kg. Other larger waste items are accepted too. These include wood, mattresses, furniture, carpets, prams, blinds etc, with the fee depending on the goods in question.
More information including opening hours, types of material accepted and costs can be found at http://www.brysonrecycling.org/households/recycling-centres/donegal-recycling-centres
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