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National Waste Collection Permit Office

Offaly County Council has been appointed the National Waste Collection Permit Office and has been in operation from the 1st February 2012.   Our role is to accept and process all new and review Waste Collection Permit applications for all Waste Management Regions in the Republic of Ireland. We also carry out additions and amendments to existing Waste Collection Permits.

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Each Waste Collection Permit Holder is required to submit a return annually detailing their waste activity. This return must be submitted online through the Waste Collection Permit Holder Portal and must be submitted before the 28th February each year. The Annual Return Portal to enter data for 2013 will be open from the 13th January 2014.

A guide to the AR process is available through the Waste Collection Permit Holder Portal. If you have any queries in relation to same, please contact the NWCPO on 057 9357428 or email us on

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All active Waste Collection Permits were transferred to the NWCPO on a phased basis throughout 2012. All additions, deletions etc. to waste collection permits are processed by the NWCPO. Please take note of the expiry date of your waste collection permit. A waste collection permit is valid for 5 years from the grant date. In accordance with Section 24(1) of the Waste Management (Collection Permit) Regulations 2007 & 2008, a permit holder must initiate a review of their permit no later than 60 working days prior to the expiry date.


Please click here for more information, details of charging structure and to download the forms. You can email your request with the necessary documents to or by post to: NWCPO, Áras an Chontae, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.


To ensure that applications are processed efficiently, applicants should ensure that all forms are filled out correctly and all the required documentation is included. You are advised to engage in a pre-application consultation prior to lodging an application.