Waste Management Plan
Waste Management Plan for the Dublin Region
Regional Waste Plan - Annual Progress Report 2011
The Dublin Local Authorities have published the fifth Annual Progress Report on the Dublin Waste Plan. The report compiles and reviews the latest waste data and tracks the regions progress against key performance indicators.
Regional Waste Plan – Annual Progress Report 2010
The Dublin Local Authorities (Dublin City Council, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, Fingal County Council and South Dublin County Council) are responsible for producing on an annual basis an update of waste management data and statistics for the Region.
The Annual Progress Report is published yearly and provides the most up to date information on waste generation, collection and management in Dublin.
This is the fourth Annual Progress Report since the publication of the Dublin Regional Waste Plan in November 2005 and provides the most accurate assessment of waste management for the Region.
Waste Management Plan for the Dublin Region 2005 - 2010
The Dublin Waste Management Plan 2005-2010 aims towards achieving 59% recycling,
25% incineration and 16% landfill.
Since the launch of the Dublin Waste Management Plan in 2005 a number of developments within the Region have taken place. These are documented in the various reports prepared by the four local authorities which can be viewed below:
Dublin Waste Management Plan 2005-2010
In June 2008 the Waste Management (Collection Permit) Regulations 2007 (as amended) came into operation. In order to give effect to the new Regulations, a review of existing waste collection permits in the Dublin Region is being initiated undertaken. The links below contain information about the new Regulations and guidance documents on the permit review.
For more information
Dublin City Council
Waste Management Services
68 - 70 Marrowbone Lane
Tel: (01) 222 1000
Fax: (01) 454 4830 or (01) 222 4509