Eight units of Dublin Fire Brigade attended a huge fire at a recycling plant near Dublin Airport on Wednesday morning.
Several units of Dublin Fire Brigade are fighting the fire, backed up by a water canon unit from the airport.
An aerial ladder and foam unit are in attendance and the fire brigade are getting increased water supply from Fingal County Council.
Gardai have warned motorists to take care. "Please drive carefully in that vicinity".
DFB has advised people living in the area to close their windows to prevent smoke blowing into their homes and also urged people, particularly anyone with breathing issues, to avoid the area.
The AA said: "Emergency services dealing with a fire off St Margaret's Rd".
Dublin Airport have moved to reassure travelling passengers that the blaze will not impact any departures.
Dublin Airport management has said the fire is not having an effect on flights.
No delays have been reported and a spokeswoman for Dublin Airport confirmed the fire was not on the airport's grounds.