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Litter Management Plan Consultation

Local authorities prepare plans to prevent and control litter. You can have an input into the plans through consultation.

Litter Management Plan

Tipperary County Council proposes to replace its existing Litter Management Plan. A Draft Plan has been prepared for the prevention and control of litter within the county.

The Plan sets out objectives to prevent and control litter, as well as measures to encourage public awareness for the period of the plan 2024- 2026.

Public consultation on the Draft Plan will run from the 24th July 2023 until 4.30pm on the 28th August 2023.

Submissions are invited from members of the public and from voluntary and representative bodies in relation to the proposed plan.

Full details can be found by clicking HERE 

This Litter Management Plan 2018-2021 for the prevention and control of litter, sets out to achieve quantifiable improvements in the prevention of litter in Tipperary. It is intended that all measures to be undertaken are realistic and measurable.

It sets out specific objectives for the following:

  1. Public awareness, participation and education.
  2. Prevention
  3. Enforcement and control of litter

The Plan will lead to continual improvement in the eradication of litter pollution throughout the county.

To this end Tipperary County Council actively monitors litter pollution levels through participation in the National Litter Pollution Monitoring System (NLPMS) which is overseen by the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.

If you have any queries in relation to this please contact the Environment Section by phone on 0818 06 5000 or email:

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