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Greyhound to create 100 new jobs in Dublin

Waste management company will bring total workforce to 600 with new roles in sales, marketing, operations and administration

Greyhound to create 100 new jobs in Dublin

Greyhound, an Irish waste management company, has announced a €35 million euro investment for the development of the business, which will lead to the creation of 100 new jobs in Dublin. The investment comes as a response to the "growing economy" in the Dublin region.

The new jobs will range across a number of departments, with roles in Sales, Marketing, Operations and Administration. The jobs boost will bring the company's total headcount to 600, making it one of the company's largest waste management providers. Greyhound was established almost 40 years ago with "one truck and a lot of ambition." and now the company boasts over 120,000 customers throughout the nation's capital.

In an era where companies are being urged to operate in a more environmentally conscious manner, Greyhound has affirmed its commitment to "recycling and constantly innovating and educating to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill." The business even converts some of its waste into renewable energy sources.

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