Local Authorities

Oxigen has created strong relationships with many local authorities around Ireland. Oxigen provide services on behalf of local authorities such as street cleaning and civic amenity sites.

Civic Amenities

Oxigen operate a number of civic amenity sites in Ireland. These facilities are designed to allow the general public to bring their general waste and recyclables to a centrally located site.

Civic amenity sites promote recycling and help to increase the amount of waste recycled in Ireland each year. These sites play a vital role as they provide a place for people to bring materials that are not usually catered for in weekly domestic collections, for example bulky items like old furniture or large pieces of garden waste, white goods (WEEE fridges, freezers and other electrical appliances), as well as hazardous materials like oils or light bulbs.

Oxigen civic amenity sites accept the following materials: cardboard, CDs, drink/food cans, electronic goods, garden waste, household gas cylinders, glass, car & household batteries, mixed paper & magazines, mobile phones, plastic bottles, reusable clothing, scrap metal, timber, waste oils & cooking oils, white goods (washing machines, fridges etc).

Please click here to see a list of Oxigen Civic Amenity Sites

Street Cleaning

Oxigen Environmental has dedicated teams that operate an extensive street cleaning programme for South Dublin County Council. Oxigen have provided this efficient professional public service on behalf of South Dublin County Council for the last five years.

Oxigen’s street cleaning service includes road-sweeping, gully cleaning, litter picking and post-accident clean-up.

Oxigen road-sweepers cover all motorways, national routes, residential housing estates and industrial estates within South Dublin.

Gully cleaning makes up an important part of Oxigen’s service provision. Oxigen clean over 40,000 gullies per annum in South Dublin.

Oxigen have dedicated litter crews who pick litter up to 5 metres from the road edge.

On behalf of South Dublin County Council Oxigen respond to call-outs to clean debris from roads after traffic accidents have been removed.