Waste firm seeks to expand its Carrick operation

A waste processing company has applied to Carrick-on-Suir Town Council for planning permission to nearly double the capacity of its domestic waste recycling depot off the town’s Pill Road.

A waste processing company has applied to Carrick-on-Suir Town Council for planning permission to nearly double the capacity of its domestic waste recycling depot off the town’s Pill Road.

The Council is due to decide on December 20 on whether to approve, reject or seek further information on the planning application submitted by Quality Recycling Ltd. in relation to its operation at Ballylynch.

The company’s application, lodged on October 26, seeks the green light to increase the amount of non-hazardous waste and dry recyclable household, commercial and industrial waste it can process/transfer from the site from 24,500 tonnes per annum to 48,500 tonnes of waste per year.

The application also seeks permission to build a wash bay at the site.