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.

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Once again the 2 main things that stand out are the lack of dog fouling being detected but also the amount of cigarette litter thats about.

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 7 3                       10
Market Street 4   1     4               9
Main Street 7       1 3   2           13
Circular Road 2                         2
Kiltimagh Road                           0
Kilkelly Road                           0
Bridge Street 1           1             2
Dublin Road                           0
                            0
                            0
Count of rubbish 21 3 1 0 1 7 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 36
total rubbish 36                          
                             
Other Comments:
Cigarette litter outside pubs and cafes on main street
Approach roads have been clean and tidy on each visit

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P.R.O. Swinford Tidy Towns. Committee meetings every Tuesday night at 8 in Gateway Hotel. Volunteers meet every Wednesday eve at 7pm (summertime) & every Saturday at 11am (all year) at No Name Club on Chapel St.
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