Ballyogan Civic Recycling Facility

Ballyogan Recycling Park,

Ballyogan Road,

Dublin 18.

Tel: 01 205 4700




Customers are kindly asked to minimise the movement of people to and at each of the facilities by observing the following guidelines:

  • Use your household bins where possible.
  • Do not use these facilities for recycling small quantities of waste.
  • Ensure all recyclables have been sorted prior to arrival at the facility.
  • Bring help to lift heavy items where necessary as the staff at Ballyogan Recycling Park will be not be able to assist with the unloading of waste.
  • Please note children are not allowed at any of these facilities.

Householders can bring a wide range of items to the Civic Recycling Facility for recycling and disposal. This facility is for domestic use only, and commercial waste is not accepted. Ballyogan Recycling Park is operated by waste management company Thorntons Recycling, on behalf of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.


Location of Ballyogan Civic Recycling Facility

Ballyogan Recycling Park is located opposite the "Ballyogan Wood" Luas stop on Ballyogan Road, which can be accessed from the M50 motorway by exiting at Junction 15.


What can I bring to the CRF?

For details on the types of waste material accepted at Ballyogan CRF, please refer to the information booklet available in the related documents section on this page at the bottom. 


About Ballyogan Civic Recycling Facility

There is a separate container or skip for each type of material at the CRF and all materials must be segregated. Wet or dirty material can contaminate other dry recyclables resulting in a whole load having to be disposed of in a residual landfill. Materials such as metals, wood and green waste can be recycled and reused if collected separately.

The CRF is for the use of private vehicles only, and only household waste can be accepted.

No commercial waste can be accepted at Ballyogan CRF in accordance with the terms of its EPA Licence W0015-01.


Points to remember:

  • Recyclables should be as clean as possible
  • Rinse out all remaining foods and liquids
  • Flatten or squash boxes, cartons, and cans
  • Remove all plastic packaging from cardboard and paper
  • Make sure the correct material is placed in each container


Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday Opening Hours

8:30am - 5:30pm


9:30am - 5:30pm

Sunday & Bank Holidays

10:30am - 5:30pm

New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, St. Stephen's Day


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