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We can accept hazardous waste from Classes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and nine including their sub classes.

Our clients come from a variety of sectors including:

  • Pharmaceutical;
  • Indigenous manufacturing:
  • Photo Media;
  • Clinical;
  • Construction & Demolition;
  • Local Authorities;
  • Semi-State Bodies.

Hazardous waste is explored as a source of raw material or energy before other disposal options are considered.

AWD will take ownership of the waste, after acceptance of the waste at our reception area.

We have a team of DGSAs on hand to work with your Environmental Management.

The improved management of organic waste is a vital element of EU environmental legislation. AWD is committed to managing this material stream in the most resource and energy efficient manner through composting and anaerobic digestion


Green plant material (garden/landscape cuttings) is collected in Civic Amenity sites and depots across Ireland. The material is brought to a central composting facility where it is shredded and formed into a window. Material is monitored and controlled for 100 days where it naturally decomposes to produce peat-free compost products.

Did you know that compost can benefit the soil through..

  • Supply of slow and stable nutrients for plants when needed
  • Improved Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC), resulting in greater uptake of nutrients Energises tired and poor performing soil
  • Increased Water Holding Capacity, leading to increased water uptake during dry periods
  • Increasing the biological activity in soil Provides food for soil microbes which cycle nutrients and fight plant diseases Greater workability than regular soils
  • Elevates compaction and improves drainage Better root development in plants
  • Reduce or eliminate the need for chemical fertilisers Promote higher yields of agricultural crops
  • Facilitate reforestation, wetlands restoration and habitat revitalization efforts by amending contaminated, compacted and marginal soils

Anaerobic Disgestion

Anaerobic digestion (AD) is the natural microbiological conversion of organic matter, in the absence of oxygen, to three main products:

  • Biogas - a mixture of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2), which can be used to generate electricity and heat.
  • Fibre digestate - for use as a nutrient-rich soil conditioner, and
  • Liquor - for use as liquid fertiliser.

AWD will provide total waste management to any business. Which means AWD is capable of managing any plastic waste generated at your premises.

All plastic material is recycled using state of the art equipment to transform it through pelletising, agglomeration, granulation and shredding into a raw material state which can then manufactured into value added end products for reuse.

If your company produces large volumes of plastic waste or manufacturing plastic by-product and you would like to reprocess this material please contact 0402 36161