A large fire broke out at a recycling centre near Dublin Airport overnight.
Three fire engines and the foam and environmental unit were dispatched to the scene at St Margarets in north Dublin.
The blaze was first reported to emergency services just after 11pm.
Firefighters fought a large fire at a recycling facility in Saint Margarets overnight.
Three fire engines and the foam & environmental unit were dispatched to the scene and assistance was offered by @dubairportfire in the form of one of their RIFTs and crew
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— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) September 14, 2022
Crews worked with the facility's staff to break up the piles with hydraulic grabbers so firefighters could bring the blaze under control.
The fire has since been put out.