All owners of domestic wastewater treatment systems in Ireland (including septic tanks) will be required to register their systems with their water services authority. There will be a registration fee, which will be set at €5 for the first three months of the registration period and €50 thereafter, It is not yet possible to register.
Category: Tidy Towns
Trim has been named Ireland’s cleanest town out of 53 towns and cities that entered a Litter League . Swords came second with Killarney in third place, Cavan 4th and Dun Laoghaire 5th The rest of the Litter League results are listed below. 6 Wexford Clean to European Norms 7 Youghal Clean to European Norms
Here is the list of the top 15 tidiest towns in Ireland for 2011 – showing the number of points awarded in the Tidy Towns competition Killarney, Co. Kerry 310 Emly, Co. Tipperary 309 Westport, Co. Mayo 309 Tallanstown, Co. Louth 308 Lismore, Co. Waterford 308 Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny 308 Abbeyshrule, Co. Longford 307 Ennis,
A new website called FixYourStreet.ie has been set up by South Dublin County Council The idea is that members of the public can report non emergency issues such as graffiti, road defects, issues with street lighting, waterleaks/drainage issues, and litter or illegal dumping .The Council promise to respond to notifications within 2 working days. The
Tidy Towns Competition 2010 Kilkenny city was named Ireland’s Tidiest Large Urban this year with the judges noting that it was “hard to find fault” with the city. Killarney, Co Kerry, was deemed Ireland’s Tidiest Large Town for 2010 The recent IBAL table of Litter though- had Kilkenny at 22 and Killarney at 7 –