Civic Amenity Sites in Cork County to reopen from Tomorrow (Tuesday) with restrictions, please see the update below from Chief Executive, Tim Lucey, which outline the restrictions in place. (Millstreet Civic Amenity Centre is open Monday, Thursday and Saturday)
“In my correspondence to you yesterday, I indicated that Civic Amenity Sites would be closed on this Monday. That decision was taken following the release of the public health measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 issued on Friday March 27th. Civic Amenity Sites had not been specifically listed as an essential service nationally and would generally require customers to travel more than the restricted two kilometres. [read more …] “Recycling Centres to Reopen from Tomorrow”
A ladies ring was found at the Recycling Centre in Millstreet. It looks like a ring that would be greatly missed
Please message Sonya (who found the ring) or contact Millstreet Garda Station (029-70002) as they have her details.
Cork County Council has announced that Christmas trees will be accepted for recycling at its Civic Amenity Sites throughout the County after Christmas until January 31st 2015.
The Council is waiving its usual €3 entry fee where the public only present a Christmas tree for recycling at any of the 11 Civic Amenity Sites in the County. There are no other official drop-off points for Christmas trees other than the Civic Amenity Sites.
The last date for presentation to a Civic Amenity Sites is Saturday January 31st 2015. Please note that only Christmas trees will be accepted. Items such as tree stands and decorations will incur a charge.
Cork County Council has eleven (11) Civic Amenity Sites (Recycling Centres) open six days a week except where stated. (see the opening hours in the photo – above right)
County Council is encouraging people to recycle waste at their nearest recycling centre in a bid to promote recycling this Christmas. A Council spokesperson stated: “With recycling so easy to do now, it is very important that everyone in Cork remembers to recycle as much of their waste as possible.”
Recycling centres across the county will reopen the Friday after Christmas. Cork County Council announced that sites at Bandon, Macroom, Youghal, Raffeen, Rossmore, Clonakilty, Derryconnell, Castletownbere, Mallow, Kanturk and Millstreet will close tomorrow, Saturday and Skibbereen site will close today, Friday. All sites will reopen on Friday, December 28th and Saturday, December 29th.
All sites will also be closed on Sunday, December 30th and Tuesday, January 1st, while Mallow, Millstreet and Kanturk will all close on Monday, December 31st
Cork County Council have sent a flier out with the post in the last few days with all the details of Millstreet Recycling Centre. Details on all the different items they accept, and the opening times etc, can be seen in the images above.