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City Bin was founded in 1997 and now serves more than 80,000 residential and commercial customers. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Waste collection charges could rise as a result of continued volatility in the sector, City Bin signalled, as the company reported it had improved rev(...)

 Granahan McCourt chairman and chief executive David  McCourt:  Minister for Communications Richard Bruton is expected to sign  a   €2.9 billion contract with National Broadband Ireland, a firm established by   Granahan McCourt, according to the Sunday Times

Broadband contract The Government is expected to sign the €2.9 billion contract for the national broadband plan next week, according to the Sunday Ti(...)

BoyleSports is seeking to take advantage of the upheaval in the high-street bookmaker as a result of curbs on fixed-odds betting terminals. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The Republic’s second-biggest bookmaker BoyleSports has entered the British market through the acquisition of Wilf Gilbert, which operates a 13-shop c(...)

Facebook has floor plans to house expanding workforce. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Irish peer-to-peer lender Property Bridges plans to offer at least €150 million in construction development loans over the next three years, according(...)

Refuse collectors in Lucan, west Dublin: the Republic is running out of landfill space required to dump about 600,000 tonnes of household waste a year. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins/Dublin

It is an old cliché: where there’s muck there’s brass. The privatisation of household waste-collection in the last decade helped to develop an industr(...)

Minister Simon Coveney  said the Government will spend  €1.5 million on a public information campaign to  explain  how the pay-by-weight system will work.   Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The looming crisis facing the Government over bin charges has been averted by Fianna Fáil’s decision to support a deal to freeze bills for 12 months. (...)

Panda Waste Service on Ballymount Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Greenstar   US investment company Cerberus bought Greenstar out of receivership two years ago. Greenstar is based in Ballyogan, Dublin, but (...)

€16.99: The Binman’s Guide to Marketing by Oisin Browne

Oisin Browne is a marketer who learned much about doing business by working for the City Bin company. He scored a big hit on Amazon with his best-sell(...)

Greyhound will  increase charges by 50 cent a month for customers on a flat monthly charge, 50 cent per black bin collection for customers who pay per lift and two cent per kilogramme for customers who pay by weight only. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Householders are set to pay more for their bin collections from this month following an increase in levies for disposing of waste at landfill sites.In(...)

Sorting through mixed dry recyclables at Park West Business Park, Dublin 12. People have to be employed to remove contaminants, an added cost for waste companies. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

What is acceptable to put in a household green bin varies almost as much as where the waste eventually ends up. All waste providers allow(...)

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