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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.
A basic lack of manners and an absence of cop-on is what drives people to think they can open their car windows and throw out litter on the roads and ditches of the county, this week’s meeting of the Galway County Council Joint Policing Committee was told.
The final litter survey of 2020 by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) shows Castlebar retaining its “clean” status in 12th place in the ranking of 37 towns and cities.
Both Galway city centre and Ballybane were deemed to be ‘moderately littered’ in the latest survey by Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL), though both areas have improved in the national ranking of 37 towns and cities.
The first nationwide litter survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) since the Covid-19 crisis, shows Castlebar to be ‘Clean to European Norms’ and in 11th spot in the ranking of 40 towns and cities nationwide.
Ballina is again Clean to European Norms according to the final litter survey of 2019 by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).
An informative campaign was formally launched in Athlone which aims to heighten public awareness pertaining to discarded drug paraphernalia and advising persons on what measures to take to dispose of such items in a safe manner.
Outgoing Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, John Dolan, was present with Jimmy Redmond of Moate Tidy Towns as they recently launched the ‘Choose to Reuse’ project with a number of businesses in the town, namely McCarthy’s Centra, The Pantry, Dún na Sí and Tuar Ard.
A number of young people from two youth groups in Galway city, the Cape Youth Project and Westside Youth Project, took part in a new anti-litter initiative recently.
With only 45 per cent of litter fines being paid last year, the Galway City Council needs to move away from a punative approach towards one which addresses the causes of littering.