Following a recent Cabinet meeting the Government has decided to take further measures in an effort to stop the spread of Covid-19. All counties in Ireland will be at Level 5 from midnight on Wednesday October 21st 2020. This follows the measures were already in place.
Based on Government decisions all counties will be at Level 5 throughout November 2020 with the restrictions remaining in place for a period of 6 weeks. The situation will be continually reviewed by the Government, based on the status of the virus and public health advice.
The priority is to keep schools, early learning and childcare services open and minimise disruption to essential services. This means that some services will be moved online and some businesses will be closed. You can learn more by clicking here.
Recycling with Recycle IT
Recycle IT plan to remain open for electrical, electronic and pure metal recycling during Level 5 of the Plan for Living with Covid-19. Electrical recycling services will continue in Dublin City and County during the duration of Level 5.
Recycle IT will be unable to offer our personal collection service due to capacity restrictions. We will continue to service organisations, schools, community group and charities. We will be open for electrical, electronic and pure metal recycling drop off. You will find our address and a location map here.
Some of our staff team will be able to work from home. Others delivering services directly to the public with be working safely from our facility in Clondalkin, Dublin 22. The team will following all health and safety guidelines with a focus on those specific to COVID 19. Team members will have there temperature recorded daily with hand washing, hand sanitization and social distancing a priority.
Phone calls will be answered during the hours of 9.30 am and 3.30 pm. Email is the best form of communication and will be monitored Monday to Friday from 9 am and 5 pm.
If you wish to avail of an electrical recycling collection for your school or community group in Dublin Recycle IT will make every effort to support.
It is worth noting all items for recycling will need to be accessible, disconnected and ready for collection. Recycle IT teams will be following social distancing guidelines. They are happy to collect the electronic and electrical equipment from drives, parking areas, outside common areas and other accessible & clear external location. We ask recyclers to remain mindful of social distancing and hand hygiene guidelines when recycling.
If you need further information on COVID 19 updates are available on the HSE-HPSC Website (updated daily at 12 noon) together with guidance and other relevant information.
About Recycle IT
Recycle IT, is an award-winning social enterprise offering electrical, electronic and metal recycling services through drop off and collection. Services are provided in partnership with WEEE Ireland and South Dublin County Council.
Recycle IT are supported by the Department of Rural and Community Development, Pobal and Dormant Accounts and authorised by the National Waste Collection Permit Office and the local authorities across in Leinster.