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Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has called upon the local authority to establish a scheme which will enable relevant personnel to conduct household calls requesting proof of litter disposal in an attempt to reduce the persistent issue of illegal dumping.
Can you provide evidence of a waste collection service or landfill receipts? We know the majority of our population are waste compliant but unfortunately there are some who are not.
The persistent scourge of illegal dumping detrimentally impacting upon the local community must be addressed with immediate effect, Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, informed the Athlone Advertiser this week following the launch of his ‘Report Illegal Dumping (RID)’ campaign.
Sinn Féin TD for Roscommon/Galway Claire Kerrane has reported illegal dumping at the River Suck Callows, a special area of conservation in Ballinasloe to the National Parks and Wildlife Service, who are responsible for these protected areas.
Local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, has vented expressed tones of anger and frustration following the illegal disposal of litter on a public road through Annagortha Bog in recent times.
NUI Galway to hold virtual info evening
A radical new policy to combat illegal dumping in 2021 must be introduced by the Galway City Council, after a spike in illegal dumping in the Ballybane area over the last few weeks.
Using drones to identify people carrying out illegal dumping could prove an effective way for the Galway City Council to combat this major problem.
As part of its commitment to tackling the issue of illegal dumping across the county, Mayo County Council has adopted the Waste Management (Segregation, Storage and Presentation of Household and Commercial Waste) Bye Laws. The new legislation came into force on October 19.
Images of illegal dumping on the outskirts of Galway City were described in the Dáil last week by Taoiseach Michael Martin as “shocking” and “appalling”.