Greyhound Recycling and Recovery Unlimited Company was set up on Wednesday the 28th of May 1997. Their current address is 1 Blackhall View, Blackhall Place, Dublin 7, and the company status is Normal. The company's current directors Niresh Moodley and John Brosnan have been the director of 15 other Irish companies between them; 5 of which are now closed. According to our records, Greyhound Recycling and Recovery Unlimited Company has had a judgment registered against it. Greyhound Recycling and Recovery Unlimited Company has 2 shareholders. This Irish company shares its Eircode with at least 1 other company.
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- Company Name:Greyhound Recycling and Recovery Unlimited Company
- Time in Business:21 Years
- Company Number:266930
- Size:Medium Company
- Current Status:NORMAL
- Phone:+353 (0)1 457 7777
- Principal Activity:[45.XX] Construction
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- Registered Address:1 Blackhall View,
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A judgment has been registered against Greyhound Recycling and Recovery Unlimited Company.
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|B10 CHANGE IN DIRECTORS/SECRETARY||8||24/12/2017||02/02/2018|
|B83 ALTERATION OF FINANCIAL YEAR END DATE||2||24/11/2017||24/11/2017|
|B1 ANNUAL RETURN||11||30/09/2017||26/10/2017|
|C6 MEMO OF SATISFACTION OF A CHARGE-FULL||2||12/12/2016||09/05/2017|
“Charges are competitive. However, customer service is very poor with bin collections missed regularly. Trying to contact anyone in Customer Services is difficult mainly due to the volume of calls (possibly because or the aforementioned poor service) and callers being 'stacked' in a long queue.,,