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Call for Galway volunteers for the Big Beach Clean

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by Una Sinnott

Old Head thrives but Keel falls short in coastal litter survey

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While the majority of our beaches and harbours are falling short of clean status, Old Head in Mayo is ‘clean to European norms’. That’s according to a nationwide litter survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).

‘Adopt-a-spot' campaign urges businesses to help keep the city clean

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Galway city businesses are being asked to help keep the city clean by taking responsibility for their own premises and cleaning up the areas a metre out from their stores.

New litter carts launched by Swinford Tidy Towns

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Swinford Tidy Towns recently launched their new litter carts, these new carts are actually old carts that have been upcycled for use by the Tidy Towns group in their efforts.

New dog litter bins installed in Belmullet

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Ten brand-new stainless-steel dog litter bins have been installed on popular walking routes around Belmullet town, as part of an anti-dog-fouling campaign by Baile Slachtmhar Bhéal an Mhuirthead (Belmullet Tidy Towns).

Belmullet Tidy Towns launches campaign to tackle dog dirt

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Belmullet Tidy Towns - supported by the Erris Chamber of Commerce and the Oweninny Community Benefit Fund - has launched a campaign aimed at tackling 'the persistent problem of dog fouling around the town'.

Tips for enjoying the great outdoors and picnicking with less waste

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Planning ahead for dining in the great outdoors this June bank holiday weekend will help reduce waste, keep millions of single use cups, bottles and cutlery from ending up in our waste system or as litter, and reduce costs to local businesses - according to My Waste.

Additional funding will enhance litter infrastructure and awareness

Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State, Deptuy Robert Troy, has welcomed an announcement from the Minister for the Environment, Eamon Ryan TD confirming an additional €5m in funding for litter infrastructure and awareness campaigns to encourage people to dispose of their rubbish thoughtfully.

Castledaly tidy towns committee to host community clean up day

Castledaly tidy towns are preparing to host the first community clean up of the year on Saturday, May 1, with those intending participants requested to meet at the local community centre at 10am.

‘Be part of the solution, not part of the pollution’

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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.

 

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