Dublin waste recycling agency DSI says that the rate of recycling is a big issue for the community and the company wants to tackle it.
The company is also offering a free programme for businesses in the city to reduce waste.
Its director, John Gannon, said the company would try to increase the recycling rate in the coming years.
Mr Gannon said he had already talked to several companies in the area and they were also trying to reduce the waste they generate.
He said if the company wanted to increase its recycling rate, it would need to invest in its facilities, such as the waste processing centre and the sorting facility.
However, he said that the company does not have a specific plan yet, but he was looking to hire more staff.DSI collects and recycles a wide range of waste including waste products from waste collection vehicles and recyclables, waste and packaging material, paper products, paper and cardboard and more.
It is also a member of the Cork and Limerick waste recycling industry.
The Cork-Limerick Waste Recovery Network is a joint venture between DSI and the Limerick Waste Management Authority.
Its main role is to collect and recycle waste, which can include recyclable paper, cardboard, wood and plastic waste.
Mr Garvan said the Cork-Literal Waste Management Association (CLMUA) has a large waste collection programme and that it was an easy target for them to target.
But he said there were a number of waste management companies that did not participate in the Cork Waste Recovery Programme.
He added that while the Cork waste recycling rate is lower than the Limish and Dublin rates, it was still a problem.DSE, which is responsible for Cork’s waste collection, also has its own programme.
It has more than 2,000 employees and its work is not only focused on waste collection and recycling, but also on waste management.
Mr Tully said that DSE was doing its best to address the issue.
But if DSE wants to increase their recycling rate it would have to do something different.
The waste management company also runs its own recycling facility.