Recycling silage wrap: IFFPG bring centres
The Irish Farm Film Producers Group CLG (IFFPG) has released details of its June 2022 farm plastics (silage wrap) recycling bring centres.
According to the group, you can recycle silage wrap for €35 per ½ tonne, once you provide a label code and proof of your purchase (sales docket/invoice).
Farmers must also ask their supplier for the IFFPG label code number.
In addition to silage wrap, farmers can also recycle netting and twine for €5 per ½-tonne bag, or bulk fertiliser/meal bags (remover liners), small fertiliser/meal bags (including bulk liners) and drums (ensure you triple rinse) for €10 per ½-tonne bag.
In this article, we provide dates and locations for centres across Carlow, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Kilkenny, Limerick, Offaly, Roscommon, Westmeath, Wexford, and Wicklow.
According to the group, the centres will generally operate from 9 am-5 pm.
IFFPG bring centres
|Carlow||Milford, Tommy Doyle’s Yard, Carlow||Thurs, 30th|
|Cork||Kanturk Mart||2nd and 3rd|
|Ballydesmond, Kelly Bros Quarry||4th|
|Lombardstown Dairygold, Mallow||22nd and 23rd|
|Donoughmore, O Regan’s Transport Yard, Coolmona||24th and 25th|
|Belgooly GAA||27th and 28th|
|Bandon Mart||30th and July 1st|
|Galway||Tuam Mart||2nd and 3rd|
|Tralee Mart||8th and 9th|
|Listowel Mart||10th and 11th|
|Muckalee, PSD Agri (Old Co-op)||28th|
|Newcastlewest, Shanahans Quarry, Barna||15th|
|Kilfinny, Lynch’s Quarry, Adare||17th and 18th|
|Offaly||Shinrone Liffey Mills||15th and 16th|
|Banagher Liffey Mills||23rd and 24th|
|Clara Market, Moate Road||28th|
|Tullamore, J. Grennan & Sons, Tinnycross||30th|
|Roscommon||Ballyforan, Bord Na Mona Bio-Mass Yard||28th|
|Westmeath||Moate Agri Supplies, Dublin Road||1st|
|The Downs, Drummonds Flynn Agri||4th|
|Rochfortbridge, Beggstown Old Quarry||7th|
|Milltown, Sean Doolin Park, Rathconrath||9th|
|Whitehall, Ringtown GAA, Castlepollard||13th|
|Wexford||Wellingtonbridge, Wallace Agri||1st and 2nd|
|Enniscorthy Mart||23rd and 24th|
|Wicklow||Aughrim, Herbst Group, Rednagh Road||17th|
|Wicklow, Herbst Group, Kilpoole Hill||18th|
Note: Information subject to change. Correct at the time of publication.
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