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Door to door inspections, covert cameras at dumping blackspots, and a free phone ‘litter line’ to encourage more people to report illegal dumping are all part of Mayo County Council’s major crackdown on fly-tipping in 2015.
Householders who reduce their food waste by 25 per cent could save as much as €60 a month on their bills.
A new regulation coming into effect on Tuesday could help householders in Castlebar and Ballina cut down on the thousands of euros of food that is being binned each year.
Twenty-four Westmeath schools were awarded Green Flags by An Taisce at a ceremony in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone yesterday [Thursday].
As the winter season approaches the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is asking Mayo householders to consider taking some simple measures when heating their homes this winter. These steps will minimise the impact of home heating on air quality and on Mayo people’s health.
Schools from across Mayo attended a ceremony at Breaffy House Hotel, Castlebar on Tuesday May 28. Five schools were awarded their first Green Flag while 47 schools renewed their Green Flag. Schools from counties Leitrim and Sligo also received flags at ceremonies on the day.
Kilkenny County Council are banking on surveillance cameras at local bottle banks to play a major role in ending problems with illegal dumping in the county.
Scoil Raifteirí in Castlebar along with 19 other Mayo schools are in the throes of preparing to receive their fourth green flags. The latest addition to the Green Flag project is the Green Schools travel initiative which was piloted in the east and is being rolled out in Mayo for the first time to 20 schools who have already received the first three green flags.