Welcome to Dublin Waste to Energy!

As part of being a good neighbour, we are pleased to welcome tour groups at the Dublin Waste to Energy Facility. Since beginning operations, we have hosted school groups, community organisations, government officials and many others.

Dublin Waste to Energy was delighted to accommodate a tour of the facility by the Very Reverend Ivan Tonge, Parish Priest of nearby Ringsend. The video below documents his tour of the facility and shows some of his best photographs.




If you are interested in having your group visit the facility, please email dublininfo@covanta.com or telephone 01-6032100.

Past visitors to our facility

Dublin Irish Architecture Foundation Open House

Dublin Irish Architecture Foundation Open House

More than 200 members of the public visited during this Open House in October 2019.

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Australian Ambassador

The Dublin Waste to Energy facility welcomed The Hon Gary Gray AO, Australian Ambassador to Ireland (center), in March 2022 for an engaging presentation and discussion followed by a comprehensive tour of the plant. 

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Dublin and Belfast City Councils

Representatives of both Dublin City Council and Belfast City Council visited the Dublin Waste to Energy facility in November 2022 for a tour of the plant and a presentation on district heating.

The Lord Mayors of both councils (Caroline Conroy of Dublin and Christina Black of Belfast) were among those who attended. 

Rediscovery Centre

Rediscovery Centre

Staff from the Rediscovery Centre, Ballymun visited the DWTE plant in October 2022 for a tour.

 

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Green-Schools

Green-Schools, Ireland͛'s leading environmental management and award programme, returned to DWTE in July 2022 for the first time since 2019 for face to face learning about the Waste to Energy process. Pictured are the teachers who attended the course along with Donal Fanning and Escarlata Alfredo Rodriguez.

Dublin Port Company officials

Dublin Port Company

Eamonn O’Reilly, CEO of Dublin Port Company, and Cormac Kennedy, DPC Head of Property, visited DWTE for a site tour in July 2022 and took the opportunity to view the port from a new vantage point—on the roof of the plant.

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Member of An Dáil Ivana Bacik

Ivana Bacik(TD) was the first visitor to the plant in February 2022 after Covid restrictions were lifted.

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University of Notre Dame

Students from the University of Notre Dame (USA) visited in March 2022 for the first group tour at the facility post-Covid.

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Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment

Minister Richard Bruton (center) toured the facility in November 2018.

Institute of Technology Sligo

Institute of Technology Sligo

Environmental Management students from IT Sligo visited in November 2019.

French Embassy

French Embassy

A delegation from the Embassy of France, including Ambassador Stéphane Crouzat (left), paid a visit in October 2019.

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Kilternan Scouts

A group of Kilternan Scouts toured the plant in early 2020.

 

Dalkey Tidy Towns

Dalkey Tidy Towns

Voluntary community group toured the plant in October 2018.

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Fr. Ivan Tonge

In July 2020, the Very Rev. Fr. Ivan Tonge, Parish Priest of Ringsend, visited the facility and took photos from the roof.

Belvedere College

Belvedere College S.J.

Students from Belvedere College visited DWTE in February 2018.

Party Chairman of Beijing

Party Chairman of Beijing

Cai Qi, the Party Chairman of Beijing, led a delegation to tour the facility in May 2018.