On Tue 02 Aug 2005 12:28, Rory McCann wrote:
> > 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).
>> After some gardening we had to dump some garden waste so off to the
> dump. I had a peek at the old PCs lying around, and was approached by
> an employee. Apparently the general public can't help themselves to
> dumped hardware. :(
Last time I went to the re-cycling center
on the south side of the East Link bridge
(about a month ago) the charge was 4 euro,
or 6 if you had an estate car.
Also they didn't seem to mind you taking computer stuff if you wanted;
it was collected in a room.
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