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Athlone still ‘clean’ despite drop in IBAL ranking

 

Galway city commended for good impression in litter survey

An Taisce which carried out surveys on behalf of the business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) has commended Galway city for making a good impression and achieving the “good result” of 15th place and deemed ‘Cleaner than European Norms’.

Castlebar and Ballina are cleaner than European norms

According to the latest nationwide survey by Irish Business Against Litter Castlebar came fourth out of 42 towns for being cleaner than European norms. Ballina also fared well, coming in ninth.

NUI Galway and GMIT get ‘A’ grade as IBAL launches 2012 Litter League

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The litter free campuses of NUI Galway and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology have been held up as a model for those responsible for keeping public places clean to follow, that is according to the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) which launched its 2012 Litter League this week.

Kilkenny cleans up in IBAL survey

Kilkenny city has once again been deemed ‘clean to European norms’ in a recent survey conducted by Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).

IBAL calls for ‘Adopt a Road’ scheme as Litter League is launched

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The Government should introduce a national “Adopt a Road” scheme, whereby companies sponsor the national road network, financing the cleaning of stretches of road in return for getting their name on road signage, according to litter group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).

IBAL calls for ‘Adopt a Road’ scheme as Litter League is launched

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The Government should introduce a national “Adopt a Road” scheme, whereby companies sponsor the national road network, financing the cleaning of stretches of road in return for getting their name on road signage, according to litter group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).

IBAL calls for ‘adopt a road’ scheme for Galway

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With the 2011 Anti Litter League being launched yesterday Galway city and Tuam will be looking to retain their litter free status and, according to the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL), one way this task can be made much easier is by introducing the “Adopt a Road” scheme to the county.

Litter results for Ballina and Castlebar ‘worst in Connacht’

Ballina and Castlebar have ranked exceedingly low in an Irish Business Against Litter League — in fact, the Mayo towns were the worst in Connacht in the Anti-Litter League results which were released this week.

 

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