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Political Posturing over Pay x Weight bin charges.

Pay x Weight or else! Pay x Weight ! Considering it took the current Fianna Fáil / Fine Gael minority led government just 60 days to come to an agreement to try to run the country following the general election in February, it is amazing that they could agree to disagree on [...]

By |2017-07-05T20:46:36+00:00June 29th, 2016|Latest News|

Different view on Government’s removal of Green bin from Pay x Weight.

The new government’s reported U Turn on excluding the Green/Blue Recycling Bin from its planned roll out of Pay x Weight on July 1st, was based according to minister Simon Coveney Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government on the RTE Six One news on the basis that it made no sense to charge people [...]

By |2016-11-14T16:34:56+00:00May 20th, 2016|Bin Charges, Brown Bin Roll Out, Pay by Weight|

Pay by Weight update

On January 12th meeting previously sought with Philip Nugent principal officer at the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Governmet (DECLG) took place in Customs House Dublin. In view of the confusing messages from some refuse collectors even in the first week in January, I urged Philip to meet with me and Martin Hayes [...]

By |2016-11-14T16:34:57+00:00November 17th, 2015|Campaigns|

Pay by Weight meeting!

I have been seeking a meeting with Department of Environment,Community and Local Government Mr Philip Nugent Principal Officer - Waste Policy and Resourse Efficiency - without success, to discuss the impending legislation on household refuse collections which will see the introduction of Pay by Weight on July 1st 2015. The legislation will be passed in early January [...]

By |2016-11-14T16:34:57+00:00December 17th, 2014|Campaigns|

2015 International year of the Soil

Our soils are in danger because of expanding cities, deforestation, unsustainable land use and management practices, pollution, overgrazing and climate change. The current rate of soil degradation threatens the capacity to meet the needs of future generations. As long as soils are at risk, sustainable agriculture, food security and the provision of ecosystem services are [...]

By |2015-12-24T09:21:40+00:00November 17th, 2015|Campaigns|

Unilever

In the UK in conjunction with 'Love Food Hate Waste' have produced three 2 minute video's to highlight the modern issues in the home, or flat relating to food waste and unnecessary spending at the supermarket. Note the Aerated caddy on the worktop in Tonys house in the first video, this is available exclusively from [...]

By |2016-11-14T16:34:57+00:00October 17th, 2015|Campaigns|
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At Brown Bin Rescue we supply you the householder with the compost bags or compostable bags or compostable bin liners that you need to line your Brown or Bio bins, even wheelie bin liners which are a very thin plastic film not as heavy as black sacks, which act as a bin liner or bin liners to line your rubbish bin or black bin even your green bins often referred to as a wheelie bin or wheelie bins. We now provide a new 13 litre Paper bag or kitchen caddy paper bag or aerated kitchen caddy paper bag, totally compostable and made from a renewable resource. Householders struggle with recycling and with their recycling bins or household bins and waste bins, not to mention kitchen bins, pedal bins and swing bins. Then trying to source and understand the correct pedal bin liners or swing bin liners is further made confusing with terms such as biodegradable bags, bio bag, degradable bin liners and even biodegradable bin liners. Then the question is are biodegradable bin bags, poly bags, bio bag, plastic bags, biodegradable plastic, even degradable bags are they the same as Compostable liners? The answer of course is No! Only Compostable liners / bags can be used in a Brown bin or kitchen caddy. So whether you are composting at home with garden waste and household food waste to make your own compost, or prefer to use a contractors compost bins, the job is made much easier using our Aerated kitchen caddy or compost caddy along with your lined Brown bin. You are happy knowing you are doing your bit for recycling and the environment. Irish Greensax brand new Compostable dog poop bags a first in Ireland permitting dog poop to be put into a Brown Bin, yep most if not all refuse collectors permit domestic levels of dog poop in Brown bins now. Finally to get your bins wheelie clean we have a partner offering wheelie bin cleaning, making wheelie bin storage cleaner and healthier especially when kept in close proximity to your home.