On Tue, Aug 02, 2005 at 09:35:05AM +0100, Glen Gray wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-07-28 at 16:04 +0100, Glen Gray wrote:
> > Thanks for all replies. Seems the Ballymount waste center has support
> > for taking IT equipment.
>> Just to follow up on this. Seems there's a charge of €15 for dumping of
> electrical goods. Some stuff is free, others have a charge. Of course
> there's no mention of this anywhere on the website (that I could see
> easily, didn't do an exhaustive search).
I was there to dump a monitor about a week ago, and the lady at the gate
said it would cost 15 euro. She said that it would probably be free in
a few weeks, and suggested I come back then. I chose to pay, but
interesting to know the change is happening.
> From the looks of the operation, you could lie to the gate man and say
> your just getting rid of some plastic bottles to get in for free, but
> I leave that option open to your discretion. Once past the front gate,
> I just had to find my way to the appropriate area to dump my goods.
> Nobody approached me to verify I'd paid or anything.
My receipt was checked, YMMV of course.
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