On that day from 9am-4pm- the Club will receive:
saucepans, kettles, irons, cutlery, empty food cans, old cast iron baths, taps, sink tops, ironing boards, fire grates, radiators, solid fuel cookers, food mixers, fire places, drink cans, mobile phones, old boilers and ranges, plumbers copper, electricians... wire, waste electrical equipment, copper, aluminium, lead, stainless steel, brass, cast iron, electrical motors. bicycles, go karts, lawnmowers, trampolines, garden gates, swing frames, goal posts, oil tanks, coal bunkers, steel garden furniture, gas heaters, steel house gutters, golf irons, brass, wheel barrows, cement mixers, old scaffolding, water pumps, steel beams, steel bars, stainless steel, light steel, steel sheets, pipelines, railway lines, sheep wire, fencing wire, Old cars, car and tractor batteries, lorries, diggers, dozers, axels, cables, starter motors, alternators, engines, car radiators, steel and aluminium wheel rims, alloys, gates, corrugated iron.
The scrap taken by you to the GAA Club will then be removed by a reputable recycling company and money raised through the agreed price will be given to the Club. This money will be used on the further development of Club facilities as well as the improved coaching of our young players from 6 years old to Senior.
This also is a green clean-up of our area around our villages and townlands. Recycling this through the GAA Club means that the benefit stays in the community. Several GAA Clubs have done this elsewhere and it has been a big help in cleaning up, clearing out and adding funds to good local use.
For further information on materials accepted or any help needed call 087 6963509