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New national waste management plans to be launched in Galway tomorrow

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A NEW waste management plan for Galway and the entire Connacht/Ulster region, as well as for other regions throughout the State, are to be launched tomorrow at 11.30am in City Hall.

Submissions on new waste management plan open until December

The public have until Thursday December 19 to make submissions on the new regional waste management plan that is being put together following the reconfiguration of the country into three different regions. Mayo is part of the Connacht Ulster region, and Mayo County Council has been appointed as the lead local authority for the region, with Kevin Swift about to be appointed to the role of co-ordinator for the region. He will be based from an office in Castlebar. At the October meting of the Environmental Policy and Agricultural Strategic Policy Committee of Mayo County Council, the members of the committee were given a brief update on the progress of this plan.

O’Mahony welcomes funding for local recycling facilities

Fine Gael TD for Mayo, John O'Mahony, has welcomed the decision by the Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan, to provide €5 million to support recycling facilities in local authorities. The money will be used for the operation of bring banks and civic amenity facilities.

EPA warns people in Mayo that burning waste oil may harm people’s health

As Christmas approaches and the weather turns colder many garages may be tempted to recycle waste engine oil as fuel in their workshops, but the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) warns people in Mayo that this is dangerous.

Burning waste oil may harm health

As Christmas approaches and the weather turns colder, many garages may be tempted to recycle waste engine oil as fuel in their workshops, but the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has warned people in Kilkenny that this is dangerous.

Council prioritises recycling over convenience

Blue and green bin collections in Mullingar and Athlone will now be on alternate weeks only from August 28 after a local firm’s ad hoc collections were stopped by 2009 legislation.

Twenty two per cent of Mayo households do not avail of refuse collection

Seventy eight per cent of households in Mayo use refuse collection services, leaving 22 per cent unaccounted for. This figure, which related to the latest statistics of 2009, was revealed by Michael Joyce, senior engineer with Connaught Waste Management.

Brown Bin Service will save you money says Council

The Brown Bin Service has been rolled out in the towns of Athlone, Mullingar, Kinnegad, and Moate, and accepts food and garden waste (bio-waste).

Mayo households collecting less waste and have increased composting

Household waste collected in Mayo County Council area has decreased by 32.1 per cent compared to the 2008 figures, according to the Environmental Protection Agency National Waste Report 2009.

Tour of Dunmore Recycling Centre for regugees

The Adult Refugee Programme is an English Language and Socialisation Programme open to all those with refugee status (Stamp 4} with an aim to assist in the process of integration into Irish society.

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