Recycling App now available in Derry City & Strabane District Council!

Council helps make recycling easy with launch of new App Derry City and Strabane District Council has become the latest local Council to promote recycling by implementing Bin-Ovation; a new free App that is revolutionising recycling for households and local councils across Northern Ireland. Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Elisha McCallion, and Council’s Waste and Recycling Officer, Julie Hannaway attended the launch of the App at the Guildhall today. “This App could eventually save millions of pounds annually never mind the benefits to our local environment,” said the Mayor. “Few people are aware that if a recycling truck is contaminated by the wrong item, the entire load may have to go to landfill adding significantly at an additional cost of several hundreds of pounds – Bin-Ovation could change all that by helping our local house holders to easily check what goes...

Market Leading Recycling App launches in Mid Ulster!

Mid Ulster District Council has become the latest NI Super council to launch on the Bin-ovation App package. Bin-Ovation creator, Michael Brady, said: “We believe the Bin-Ovation App will massively improve Reduce/Re-use/Recycle levels in councils and allow them to communicate with the house holder more cost effectively, quickly and without having to print materials to inform the rate payer of new...

Another NI Super Council launches on the Bin-ovation Recycling App!

Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council are the latest NI Super council to launch on the Bin-ovation Recycling App platform. For further details  http://www.lisburncastlereagh.gov.uk/news/recycling-app-available-to-help-residents-recycle With Mid Ulster District Council due to launch soon more NI residents than ever will have 365 recycling information in their...

5,000 Recycling App Users and 40,000 Waste item searches!

The Bin-ovation App is revolutionising how NI local councils are communicating with their residents on all recycling matters and bin collections. With user numbers growing daily the App has over 5,000 users who have put in over 40,000 waste items into the App’s search engine thus providing valuable information to local councils about which items their residents most frequently search. If not already in your council watch this space in the coming months!  ...