Tipperary County Council
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Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
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Community/Domestic

All Ireland Pride of Place Competition

This competition aims to showcase specific pride of place initiatives which have long lasting and positive impact such as;

Community Campaigns

The EAO is available to talk to community groups on waste management, in particular addressing the issues of Waste Reduction, recycling and litter awareness. Each talk facilitates the group to discuss ways in which their members can make beneficial changes in the waste management of their household waste.

Eco Nappies

Should nappies cost the earth?

Environmental Friendly Shopping

SHOPPING FOR A BETTER ENVIRONMENT

Over one third of what we put into our bin is made up of packaging, some of which we can reuse or recycle and some which we have to send to landfill. There are a few good reasons why we should start to think about our shopping habits and try and reduce our packaging:

Time, Money & Petrol

Environmental Partnership Fund

Local Agenda 21 Environmental Partnership Fund for Environmental Awareness Community Projects

Is your Community Group/organisation working towards environmental improvement and Sustainable development in your community?

At Cahir Mart on Saturday, 7th October, 2017 between 10.00am and 4pm.

Any household waste electrical items, batteries or energy saving lightbulbs accepted, large or small! From Fridges to Phones, Laptops
to Lawnmowers, Toys to Power Tools, and everything in-between, WEEE recycle anything with a plug or battery

General News
Monday, 2 October, 2017 - 13:00 to Sunday, 8 October, 2017 - 13:00

Home Composting

Home composting is an easy alternative to throwing your organic waste such as vegetable peelings in your bin. It is estimated that approximately one third of waste produced in the home is organic waste that can be composted. The majority of organic waste produced in the home comes from the kitchen, in the preparation of meals and snacks.

National Spring Clean

National Spring Clean – It’s OUR Responsibility

National Spring Clean month. Ireland’s biggest anti litter campaign takes place in April and is Ireland’s most popular, well recognised and successful anti-litter initiative.
It’s objectives are:

National Tidy Towns Competition

The national Tidy Towns competition is an annual competition organised by the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government with the support of the main sponsor SuperValu and many other agencies.

Reuse Month- October

#reuse October 2016 is designated “Reuse Month” and it has been decided in conjunction with Southern Waste Regions Distribution of used pallets to Men’s Sheds.

Waste Reduction Tips

  • Always carry a reusable shopping bag with you - don't accept every paper bag you are offered.
  • Only buy what you need - buy more & you'll throw it out!
  • Drink tap water instead of bottled water - keep a jug in the fridge.
  • Buy loose fruit & veg not pre-packaged - weigh vegetables separately but put them all in the one bag.