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Large Goods collection will take place at Mulleadys Civic Amenity site Drumlish on Friday 1st October 2021 from 10am to 1pm.

Items for collection will include beds, mattresses, sofas, furniture, children’s toys and household scrap metal. No paint or hazardous household waste will be accepted at this collection.

A charge will apply for the collection of these items:
- €20 per car
- €30 per car and single axel trailer
-€40 per car and double axel trailer or large van

No Tractors and Trailers will be permitted.

Those items that will not be collected will include all electrical goods, PVC, Plastic Oil Tanks, C&D waste, Lead, Tiles, Ceramics, and broken glass.

For further information on collections and charges contact Gary Brady Environmental Awareness Officer Longford County Council On 043 – 3343451 or check out the web site on www.longfordcoco.ie


Farm Plastic Collection by IFFPG will go ahead at Drumlish Facility on Thursday 8th July 2021.

For all inquiries visit IFFPG or call 01 4089966.


Large Goods & Household Hazardous Waste collection

For all inquiries visit www.longfordcoco.ie or call 043-3343451.

Center Parcs - Mulleadys

Farm Plastic Collection by IFFPG will go ahead at Drumlish Facility on Thur 30th July 2020.

For all inquiries visit IFFPG or call 01 4089966.


Longford County Council Large Goods & Hazardous Collection 2019, for further information.


Delighted to be part of history as Center Parcs Longford Forest went LIVE today.

Very proud to see our trucks on site working with CP management providing all their environmental services.

Continued success to all involved and heres to a major boost to Longford in general.

Center Parcs - Mulleadys

Service Update – Commencing 1st July 2019

We are delighted to announce that we have been chosen by Thortons Recycling (who acquired Aplus/Green Energy in March 2019) to carry out their wheelie bin collection in the following areas:
- Abbeylara
- Ballinalee
- Castlepollard
- Clonmellon
- Collinstown
- Cullyfad
- Delvin
- Edgeworthstown
- Granard
- Kenagh
- Kilashee
- Lanesboro
- Longford Town

So, what does this mean for you, the Customer?

As part of our agreement with Thorntons, we are honouring all Aplus/Green Energy paper tags purchased to date, during the transition period. However, in line with our existing payment plans we will be phasing these paper tags out in the coming weeks and customers will be moved to one of our existing price plans.

We are aware that some of you may previously have been a customer of Mulleadys. If so, please contact our customer service team to reactivate your account. If you remember your old account number, great, if not, a new one will be assigned to you.

Likewise, if you are joining us for the first time, please give our customer service team a call and we will set up an account for you.

Looking forward to providing you with a quality waste service for many years to come.



MULLEADYS OFFERING FREE RECYCLING OF ELECTION POSTERS

Mulleadys has announced that it will accept and recycle all election posters free of charge at its recycling centres.

Click here to see a list of our facilities

Mulleadys is hopeful that the availability of this free service will encourage candidates to quickly take down their posters and bring them to be recycled after voting day. The end date for acceptance is 30th June 2019.

For further information on how to recycle election posters contact us at info@mulleadys.com



Customer Survey Draw Result

Congratulations to customer Clare Clancy from Aughnagore, Clondra, Co. Longford who won €150 credit towards her wheelie bin account.



Mulleady’s Ltd. shortlisted as a finalist in the 2017 National Pakman Awards

Mulleady’s Ltd. have been announced amongst the shortlist of nominees for the 2017 Pakman Awards, powered by Repak. Mulleadys are shortlisted as one of three finalists in the category “Waste Recycling and Recovery Facility of the Year”. Winners will be announced at the Pakman Awards 2017 on the 26th of October 2017 at The Intercontinental Hotel in Dublin. It is the second year in a row that Mulleadys have been shortlisted for a Pakman award.

The Pakman Awards are national awards that recognise excellence in waste management and recycling among businesses, organisations, community groups and initiatives in Ireland.

The Pakman Awards was launched in 2015 by Repak to replace the Repak Recycling Awards and allow more accessibility to the awards for all organisations who demonstrate their sustainability and environmental efforts. The inaugural Pakman marked a significant change in the direction for Repak whose awards were previously only open to its members and recovery operators. Now all organisations who can demonstrate their environmental waste management practices and efforts can enter.

Pak Man 2016

Mulleady’s Ltd. runner up in the 2016 National Pakman Awards

The Pakman Awards are national awards that recognise excellence in waste management and recycling among businesses, organisations, community groups and initiatives in Ireland.

The Pakman Awards was launched in 2015 by Repak to replace the Repak Recycling Awards and allow more accessibility to the awards for all organisations who demonstrate their sustainability and environmental efforts. The inaugural Pakman marked a significant change in the direction for Repak whose awards were previously only open to its members and recovery operators. Now all organisations who can demonstrate their environmental waste management practices and efforts can enter.

Pak Man 2016

Left to right: Seamus Clancy (Chief Executive, Repak), Anthony Mulleady (Managing Director, Mulleady’s Ltd), Niall Mulleady (Operating Manager, Mulleady’s Ltd), Ludmila Gabrisova (Environmental Manager, Mulleady’s Ltd), Brendan Mulleady (Transport Manager, Mulleady’s Ltd) and Tony Keohane (Chairman, Repak)