Dublin waste firm to create 50 jobs

Dublin waste firm to create 50 jobs

Panda Recycling is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin over the next six months, it was announced today.

The new jobs will be across sales, marketing, legal and operations.

The company already employs more than 650 people in Ireland,

Chief executive officer Brian McCabe said: "These jobs reflect Panda’s continuing growth and expansion in what is a highly competitive and challenging market.

"They are high-end positions that will help us to continue to lead the field in innovation and also to deliver better, faster and cleaner waste management and recycling services to more and more people."

"This investment demonstrates our commitment to our customers and to the local Dublin economy.

"We will continue to support greater levels of recycling which will benefit the environment, will ensure Ireland meets its recycling targets."

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