Jan. 10, 2018, 10:08 a.m.
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Eight units of Dublin Fire Brigade are attending a fire at a recycling centre in St Margaret’s/Sandyhill in north Dublin.
The fire brigade confirmed on its Twitter account shortly after 9.30am on Wednesday that it was dealing with a plant fire off the R108 near Dublin airport.
There are eight fire brigade units and a turntable ladder at the scene. A photograph posted on the account showed a large plume of smoke from the blaze.
The fire brigade said it was getting an increased water supply from Fingal County Council to assist the work of firefighters.
Some passengers at Dublin airport posted pictures of the smoke, with several expressing concern it would impact on their flights.
No delays have been reported and a spokeswoman for Dublin Airport confirmed the fire was not on the airport’s grounds.