Waste Collection For Householders
There are two options for managing your waste correctly in Mayo.
- Have a contract in place with an authorised door-to-door waste collector also known as a kerbside collection or
- Use a Civic Amenity Centre
Door-to-door (kerbside) waste collection:
All waste collectors operating a kerbside collection service in your area will provide a two-bin system for recyclable and residual waste.
If you live in an area with a population of 500 or over, you will also be provided with a brown bin for food waste. In these areas food waste must not be placed in residual waste bins.
There are currently seven permitted waste collection companies operating in Mayo. Full permit details are available from the National Waste Collection Permit Office - www.nwcpo.ie
Click here for an information leaflet on household waste collection in Mayo. Also available in Arabic, Czech, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak & Ukranian.
List of Collectors Operating in Mayo:
|Ballinrobe Waste||www.ballinrobewaste.ie||094 9541847|
|Barna Waste||www.barnarecycling.com||091 771619|
|Bourke Waste||www.bourkewaste.ie||098 26882|
|Feoil Freight||Sweeney Recycling||094 9023525|
|Loftus Recycling||www.loftusrecycling.com||096 32500|
|McGrath Waste||www.mcgrathwaste.ie||094 9031315|
|WERS Waste||www.werswaste.ie||1890 229 377|
Waste Management Bye–Laws
Mayo County Council adopted the Waste Management Bye-Laws (Segregation, Storage and Presentation of Household and Commercial Waste) 2020 on 14th September, 2020.
These Bye-Laws come into force and have effect from Monday 19th October, 2020.
An information leaflet on the Waste Management Bye-Laws can be found here.
The Waste Management Bye-Laws can be found here.
Further information on the Waste Management Bye-Laws can be found at www.mywaste.ie/my-household-waste-bye-laws/
Waste Collection Permits
The Waste Management (Collection Permit) Regulations 2016, require all collectors of waste to hold a valid waste collection permit. This permit contains conditions which specify the waste types allowed to be collected, the vehicles to be used and the hours of operation as well as many other conditions.
Full details of all permits are available from The National Waste Collection Permit Office (NWCPO), Offaly County Council, Tullamore, Co Offaly, by telephone 057 935 7428 or www.nwcpo.ie