Visitors love Ringsend Recycling Centre for a lot of reasons. And you can see why when you visit them.
Recycling Centre open 6 days a week, to facilitate the disposal of domestic waste where the householder does not avail of a door to door collection.
Here are some images of recycling centre on Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4.
Prices for using Recycling Centre
The following charges apply at Ringsend Recycling Centre:
- Car €15
- Estate Car / Jeep / SUV €20
- Car & Single Axle Trailer €40
- Van / Vehicle & Double Axle €70
There is no tariff for vehicles carrying only the following materials :
- Packaging material – paper, glass, cardboard, cans, plastic bottles, etc.
- All Electronic and Electrical equipment
For disposal of household domestic waste
- 80L Bag (Household black bag) €4
For disposal of green waste (e.g. grass, hedge cuttings)
- 80L Bag (Household black bag) €2
- 1 square meter Skip Bag €16
- Commercial green waste will NOT be accepted
Reviews for Ringsend recycling centre
Great value too as a car costs a mere €15.
When you heading to this Recycling Centre in Ringsend, please, bear in mind opening hours.Especially do not forget that this location is closed on Sunday.
- Mon – Wed 9am – 5pm
- Thurs-Fri 9am – 6pm
- Sat / Bank Holidays 9am – 4pm
- Sundays Closed
If you need to remove your rubbish on Sunday you can use Ballymount recycling centre, which is open every day of the week.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, You will have to pay entrance fee for your car when you bring old mattress to Ringsend recycling centre.
No, You will to pay entrance fee for your car
A key feature of the Ringsend area is the chimneys of Poolbeg power station.
Ringsend is a southside inner suburb of Dublin, Ireland. It is located on the south bank of the River Liffey and east of the River Dodder, about two kilometres east of the city centre.
Areas included in Ringsend are the south side of the Dublin Docklands, and at the west end is the area of South Lotts and part of the Grand Canal Dock area.
A key feature of the area is the chimneys of Poolbeg power station. Formerly the point where ships arriving from across the Irish Sea would dock, Ringsend went into decline in the 19th and 20th centuries, when the shipping moved to other locations, although there is still some container shipping.
Neighbouring areas include Irishtown, Sandymount and the Beggars Bush part of Ballsbridge to the south, and the city centre to the west.
Other Recycling Centres in Dublin:
Here is a list of some other useful locations where you can drive your car and get rid of unwonted rubbish.