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Introducing Pay By Weight

The introduction of Pay By Weight means that households will pay a service charge, and will also pay for every kilo of waste collected in their general waste, recycling , glass and organic waste bins.

To view our Pay By Weight Price Plan for your area, click here.

More About Pay By Weight

  • Households will have more control of their waste bill and what they are being charged for

  • The goal of Pay By Weight is to reduce the amount of waste produced by householders, and improve the management of this waste

  • General waste will incur a higher price per kilo, while there will be a lower price for organic waste, and recycling waste. Click here to see our Pay By Weight Price Plan for your area

Are You Ready for Pay By Weight?

We’re here to make the switch-over easy for you with 3 helpful tips:

Sign up to receive FREE service updates and account balances by text


You’ll never again have to remember when to leave out your bin and which bin to put out, it also helps you to keep up to date with your account balance.


Click here to sign-up.

Register for My Account Online


My Account Online is the easy way to pay your bill, top up your account, check your balance, view your payments, view your bin collection history and most importantly to view your bin weights.


Click here to register for My Account Online

Review your bin weights online


You can already view your collected bin weights through My Account Online. By making a few small changes you can remain in control of your costs. Bord na Mona Recycling offer full transparency so you can trust us to manage your waste.


Simply Log in to My Account Online. If you have not registered for My Account Online, you can do so here.

Managing Your Bin Weights

In order to help you manage your bills, we’ve set up a Bin Weights Summary section in My Account Online. We want to give you control of your bin charges by helping you identify where you can make positive changes and reduce the amount of household waste.

Quick guide to what goes in each of your bins

  • Recycling Waste

    Drink cans, food tins, Tetra-Pak cartons, paper and cardboard items.

  • Organic Waste*

    Cooked and raw foods, napkins, paper plates, paper food wrapping, grass cuttings and clippings, food peelings and unwanted left overs, tea bags and coffee grinds.

  • General Waste

    Whatever can’t go into the recycling, organic or glass bin.

For a more detailed look at what goes in your bins, click here.

Some Other Top Tips to Save You Money

We would like to help you make the transition to Pay By Weight as easy as possible. Here is how you can find out more:

  • Buy products with less packaging – look for loose fruit and vegetables, or items that have the least amount of packaging. If you don’t buy it, you don’t have to bin it.

  • Organic Waste for your brown bin* – if it once grew, it can go in the brown bin. Paper was once a growing tree, making all pizza boxes, paper food wrapping and wine corks organic waste too.

  • Think outside the kitchen – pop a small bin in your bathroom for recyclables such as shampoo bottles and lotions.

  • Avoid single use items i.e. razors, wipes. Invest in a refillable water bottle, coffee cup & lunch box to reduce waste when you are on the move.

  • Don’t forget to use your glass bin* for all your glass sauce jars, jam jars and glass bottles.

* Where available

We're Here to Help

We would like to help you make the transition to Pay By Weight as easy as possible. Here is how you can find out more:

  • If you would like to see our Pay By Weight prices for your area, please click here.

  • Our Help Centre answers some of the most frequently asked questions about Pay By Weight

  • If you would like to contact us via email, our address is

  • If you would like to get in touch with us over the phone, please call 0818 650 655 or 045 580 060