Rubbish Taxi provides a bulky waste collection service for domestic and commercial properties in Dublin 15. From beds and mattresses to sofas, other old furniture and refrigerator removal. As well as clearing your house or office of all your old unwanted rubbish, we can carry out our rubbish removal services on just about anything.
Use our price calculator to put together a list of goods you will be having removed. This will give you an estimated price for the collection. If you are not sure with any calculations, please give us a ring and we will give you free quotation on waste collection in Dublin 15. Simply enter the items and quantities that you need us to remove for you below, and then fill out your details and any message you’d like to provide. Try the calculator now – we’re sure you’ll be pleasantly surprised by our super low rubbish removal prices.
Dublin 15 is to the west of Dublin city and borders the Phoenix Park, one of the world’s largest city parks which is home to Dublin Zoo and the President of Ireland. Well known areas within Dublin 15 include Castleknock, Tyrrelstown and Blanchardstown. Within Blanchardstown you will find one of the countries largest shopping centres and the National Aquatic Centre.
Interesting fact. Father Ted was conceived, dramatically speaking, right here in the Knock. The show’s creators Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews – both natives of the area – have said that they came up with the name ‘Ted Crilly’ while sitting in Linehan’s kitchen in Castleknock.
Areas Blanchardstown, Castleknock, Carpenterstown, Clonsilla, Tyrrelstown, Mulhuddart, Clonee
Dublin 15 covers a large area, rising from the River Liffey to 93 metres (305 ft) at the townland of Cloghran near the Rosemount Business Park. The district is bordered by County Meath to the west and the north-west and by the Ratoath Road to the north-east. The land between the Ratoath Road / Cappagh Road and the M2 / N2 road lies in the Dublin 11 postal district. The townland of Ashtown and the boundary walls of the Phoenix Park is the district’s eastern boundary. The Liffey forms the southern limit with the anomalous exception of that part of Dublin 20 that contains the village of Chapelizod.
Dublin 15 borders four postal districts; Dublin 11 and Dublin 7 to the east; Dublin 20 and Dublin 8 to the south.
Dublin 15 lies primarily within the county of Fingal. Administrative offices of Fingal County Council are located in the grounds of the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre.
For the purposes of elections to Dáil Éireann, the district is entirely contained within the Dublin West constituency. Only three district electoral divisions of the constituency lie outside Dublin 15: Kilsallaghan, Lucan North and Swords-Forrest.
The district overlaps at many points with the historic barony of Castleknock. Three civil parishes of the barony are not in Dublin 15; Ward, Chapelizod and St James’; the five remaining parishes are contained in the district.
Recycling turns our waste materials into products that are useful or to be recycled for the next time. Glass bottles and jars are a great example since they can be reused in infinite ways. This decreases the use of finite raw materials, saves energy, and aids in reducing air, water and land pollution.
Recycling is a collaborative effort. Each of us has a part to play to not only recycle as much waste as we can but also to ensure that the recycling we recycle is properly classified. Recycling that does not include recyclable items or is contaminated with food waste may end up in the landfill.
It only takes a few minutes to rinse out glass, plastic, and tin containers , and then sort our cardboard, this is an easy climate change action we can all do.
Recycling is beneficial for the environment however, it can be a bit confusing. Is it recyclable? Do I need to rinse it in order to recycle? Can the meat you eat be composted? These among many other questions frequently get asked, but some don’t get answered. So, we’re here to give you some help with regards to the best practices and rules of recycling. Here are our Top 10 Recycling Tips!
1. You can have separate bins for general waste and recycling and compost. Label each bin so that everyone knows which.
2. Recyclable food containers are able to be washed. Use the end of your dishwater to quickly clean milk cartons Tin cans, jars etc, this saves water too!
3. Make use of biodegradable bags in the compost bin.
4. All food waste should be disposed of in your brown bin, but do not include meat from your compost binbecause it could attract rodents and flies.
5. Reuse! Instead of throwing everything away Consider if there is some use to recycle items in your home. Tin can pencil holder maybe? Glass jar vase?
6. Keep your recycle bin dry. Line the bin with a recyclable bin liner to keep the bin clean and dry. Also, make sure any liquids are dried from containers prior to putting them into the bin.
7. Squash, flatten and squash every recyclable! You should save as much space in your bin as you can.
8. Use rechargeable batteries.
9. Donate your clothes that you no longer wear. Clothes are really easy to recycle, with thrift stores in many towns. Giving away clothes can make you feel good.
10. Reduce the amount of water you drink. TIP: Select a larger water bottle instead of a 6-pack of smaller bottles.
Rubbish Taxi is dedicated to helping businesses throughout the Dublin region to efficiently and quickly dispose of trade waste. It doesn’t matter if you are a large company on Eastpoint Business Park or a small firm operating from offices in Swords, we have the right equipment for you to bring your waste management under control. We provide you with the right equipment to make the collection and disposal process simple. All bulky waste items should be available for collection at the stated uplift point prior to uplift request being made.
We service a number of areas throughout Dublin, Kildare, Meath and Wicklow. Cleaning up your waste has never been easier. We work throughout the Dublin city and County – from Swords to Dublin 12, Finglas to Wicklow, Clondalkin to Sandyford, Dublin 15 to Tallaght, Dublin 7 to Bray and all places in between. From single items to full house removals and clearance. We also deliver a comprehensive house clearance offer with a discreet and sympathetic bereavement clearance service across any Dublin areas.