Tipperary County Council
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Co. Tipperary
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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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Better Energy Management and Climate Action

Radon Advice

Radon is a radioactive gas which originates from the decay of uranium in rocks and soils. It is colourless, odourless and tasteless and can only be measured using special detectors.

Tackling Climate Change in Tipperary

Tackling Climate Change in Tipperary

Waste Management Bye Laws 2018

Tipperary County Council, pursuant to Section 35(1) of the Waste Management Act 1996 and Section 199(1) of the Local Government Act 2001 and in accordance with Part 19 of the Local Government Act 2001, hereby makes the following bye-laws: Tipperary (Waste Management) Bye-laws, 2018

These bye-laws shall enter into operation on the 11th of October 2018.

Funding and Future Projects

The Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment has put in place (May 2018) a €500 million Climate Action Fund to support initiatives that contribute towards the achievement of Irelands Climate and Energy targets. The Council intends to actively compete for a share of this funding to activate new and innovative Climate Action projects for Tipperary.

Climate Change Adaptation Strategy

Tipperary County Council Energy Management Achievements

The Council is the leading local authority and one of the leading public bodies in Ireland with regard to meeting its energy efficiency obligations, currently exceeding the 33% 2020 target by 12% in 2017.

Sustainable Energy Action Plan

Sustainable Tipp’ is the title of a co-operative energy transformation of Tipperary’s housing, commercial, public and community sectors over three years. It is a support mechanism for communities, farmers, homeowners and business owners to save energy and money and become more sustainable.

Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy

In 2015, Tipperary County Council joined the Covenant of Mayors

Climate Change and Tipperary

Ireland’s climate is changing and this has implications for the citizens, environment and economy of Tipperary and for the services of the Council. We are already experiencing the effects of a changing climate and can expect to see the following changes:

Energy Management and Climate Action

Did you know that Tipperary County Council is the leading local authority and one of the leading public bodies in Ireland with regard to meeting its energy efficiency obligations?

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