Mayo County Council have introduced a new litter prevention competition “Spring into Litter Action”. This is an opportunity for everyone in the community to come together and make a difference.

  • Litter Prevention Initiative – 10% of the overall marks will be awarded to this element.
  • Participation and reporting under the National Spring Clean – 15% of the overall marks will be awarded to this element.
  • Litter Management & Prevention – 75% of the overall marks will be awarded to this element.
Spring into Litter Action – Swinford – (June)
                             
Street Confectionery (sweet/crisp wrappers) Plastic bottles Plastic bags Drink cans Cigarette butts Papers / Newspapers Cardboard Ice-cream wrappers Chewing gum Dog fouling Broken glass Leaves Misc Total
Brookville Avenue 2         2 2              
Market Street 4   3     6                
Main Street 10   5 2 1 6 6 5         6  
Circular Road 2         2                
Kiltimagh Road   2       2                
Kilkelly Road 3 1 1                      
Bridge Street       1       2            
Dublin Road       1 1 2 2              
  21 3 9 4 2 20 10 7 0 0 0 0 6 0
                             
Count of rubbish 82                          
Rubbish                            
                             
Other Comments:
Misc 6 = cigarette boxes
Approach roads to town are well kept as is the side streets. The area of most concern would be Main Street from the Hospice shop down to the garage.
There was a significant amount of cigarette litter. It appeared to be connected to take aways on pubs on street. It may be worth asking the local businesses in that area to keep a close eye on it.

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