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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.
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.
Cllr. John Dolan, Cathaoirleach, Westmeath County Council, recently launched the ‘Choose to Reuse’ eco-friendly initiative with Glasson Tidy Towns and Spollen’s Centra. The aim of the project is to tackle the problem of single use cups and therefore prevent waste, reduce litter and encourage reuse.
Westmeath County Council are inviting Tidy Towns committees to take part in an initiative that will tackle the scourge of disposable coffee cups in the county during National Spring Clean Week in April.
Together with Cllr John Dolan, Cathaoirleach, Westmeath County Council, 'Benny' the Brown Bin launched the local authority's competition to win the cost of a household’s waste collection for a year.
At a recent information evening held in the Horseleap Streamstown Community Centre, Basil Mannion, Community Water Officer, addressed Streamstown Tidy Village committee and the members of the local community, highlighting the importance of the work they do in raising awareness of environmental issues in their area.
Athlone is to get its first community mural this summer on the underpass of the Garrycastle bridge along the Greenway.
The regional launch of the ‘Back to Beauty’ initiative took place in Áras an Chontae, Mullingar this week.
Local councillors joined members of Moate Tidy Towns and the general public last week to launch The Green Dog Walkers initiative aimed at tackling the scourge of dog fouling in the town.
Moate community groups are coming together to tackle the problem of dog fouling that is destroying the streets of the town.