As a global leader in medical technology, services and solutions, Medtronic improves the lives and health of millions of people each year.
With roots in Ireland since 1981, the company now employs more than 4,000 people across five sites in Galway, Dublin and Athlone.
The Parkmore Business Park West facility features a Centre of Excellence for Operations and R&D to support Global Cardiac & Vascular Businesses, as well as a Customer Innovation Centre. The Mervue operations focus on the development of Respiratory & Monitoring Solutions. Medtronic Athlone manufactures airways products and also features an R&D Center of Excellence.
Medtronic’s headquarters and principal executive offices are on Hatch Street, Dublin 2 with the Customer Contact Centre in City West housing customer services, sales and marketing functions.
20 Lower Hatch Street
Dublin 2, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 438 1700
Ground Floor, Block 3090-3094
Citywest Business Campus
Parkmore Business Park West
Mervue Industrial Park
Michael Collins Road
Packaging Waste Recycling
Medtronic Ireland Ltd is not classed as a major producer of packaging waste in Ireland. Customers should dispose of packaging waste associated with Medtronic products through appropriate/designated waste streams in their facility.
Medtronic Ireland Ltd meets its obligations for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) through registration with the Producer Register Limited (PRL: 00656), monthly data reporting to “Black Box” and is a member of WEEE Ireland Ltd compliance scheme. Customers with Medtronic and/or Covidien branded items of WEEE for disposal can contact Medtronic Ireland Ltd on + 353 (0) 1 511 1400.
Medtronic Ireland Limited offers a WEEE takeback scheme. To request a collection, please contact the Producer directly.
Battery Waste Recycling
Medtronic Ireland Ltd meets its obligations for waste batteries through registration with the Producer Register Limited (PRL), monthly data reporting to “Black Box” and is a member of WEEE Ireland Ltd compliance scheme. Customers should dispose of waste batteries through a licenced collection and disposal contractor or scheme or at a licenced local collection depot/point. For more information, visit: www.weeeireland.ie