Printing, photocopying and scanning

We are delighted to reopen our Libraries to the public from Monday 10 May.  Please see our Library News, social media pages, or contact your local branch for more information on services available as we work to reopen safely.

 

From Monday 10 May Click and Collect Printing will resume.

 

You can send your printing from home, or use a dedicated quick use PC in the LIibrary

Instructions for remote printing:

  1. Email your document to the appropriate address of your local library or share your document with the PrinterOn Mobile App, where you can find the printer by Keyword or Location search. Alternatively, browse the PrintSpots Directory to upload your document.
  2. Check your email, or the Print History in the PrinterOn App, for a Release Code (can take up to 5 minutes to process).
  3. To retrieve your document at the PrintStation, enter the 6-digit Release Code and make payment when prompted.

 PRIVACY RELEASE CODES: You receive separate codes for the email message and each attached document.

 TIME LIMIT: You have up to 3 days (72 hours) to retrieve your document, and can reprint up to 10 times, within 1 hour.

–DATA PROTECTION: Please refer to www.printcopyandgo.com – Data Protection

 

 

Online Postal Printing

As an alternative to the usual public printing service at our libraries, SurfBox have developed a new online postal printing service. This is a fully remote printing service, allowing users send documents from home and receive their prints by post. Printing is charged at the same rate as users would pay in the library and postage is charged at An Post standard postal rates. Once orders are received before 3pm, users will receive their prints by next business day’s post.

To access this new service, simply go to the SurfBox website www.printcopyandgo.com, click on Online Postal Printing and follow the instructions. All information submitted for postal printing will be processed in compliance with GDPR regulations and SurfBox’s data protection policy. 

This service is provided by SurfBox and is not managed by dlr Libraries