Dublin Recycling Plant Fire Still Burning

Dublin Fire Brigade are still fighting a fire at a recycling plant in Ballymount in Dublin.

The fire, at Oxigen’s Ballymount Recycling Plant in Dublin 22, has been burning since Saturday morning, with a fire brigade spokesperson saying that it had not yet been brought under control.

The situation has lead to major traffic disruption in the area.

Traffic restrictions include:

• Ballymount Road is closed with only local access into Merrywell Industrial Esate.

• Ballymount Avenue also closed with only local access into Merrywell Industrial Estate.

• Access into Merrywell Industrial Estate from Turnpike Road only

• Local Access only on Ballymount Road for Panda, Galco, Kelkin Fastway, up turnpike road only.


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