The Keep Tipp Tidy initiative was launched in Clonmel on the 21st July. Staff from Environment Section along with a number of elected members distributed car bins to members of the public.
Building on this initiative, the enforcement officer for Clonmel Borough District, Mr Francis Keogh designed a menu poster to encourage motorists not to throw bottles, coffee cups or paper from car windows.
The menu poster will be on display on the counters of fast food outlets as a reminder to customers that a “takeway is not a throwaway”. The initiative is being piloted in Clonmel and the Environment Section is delighted with the response and co-operation it has from the 20 food businesses who have agreed to participate.
Billboard notices promoting the “Keep Tipp Tidy Initiative” will be located at known black spots where motorists tend to throw rubbish onto the road verges. Reducing the volume of roadside litter will assist the 100 Tidy Town committees contributes to towns and villages across the county gaining maximum points in the competition.
The success of the “Keep Tipp Tidy” initiative is dependent on you the public to dispose of food & drink wrappings responsibly and play your part in keeping Tipperary roads free of rubbish.
Clonmel Oil Waterford Road
Apple Green Waterford Road
Centra Old Bridge
Apple Green Dungarvan Road
Texaco Jacksons Cross
Food Fair Parnell St
Parnell Grill Parnell St
Mc Donalds Gladstone st
Top Oil service stn Cashel Rd
Lyons takeaway Cashel Road
Lyons takeaway Queen St
Dominos Pizza Cashel Rd
Prego Pizza Crescent shop Thomas St
Esquires Coffee Poppyfields
Costa Coffee Poppyfields
Supervalue store Poppyfields
Kentucky Fried Chicken Poppyfields
Babylon Kebab House Irishtown
Tipperary Co Co Public Library Emmet St
Tipperary Co Co Public Swimming Pool Mick Delahunty Square