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Notice in Relation to Litter, including Cigarette Litter



The Litter Pollution Act 1997 prohibits littering of any substance or object by any person in a public place, or in any place that is visible to any extent from a public place. The occupier of a public place has a duty to keep that public place free of litter. Mayo County Council wishes to remind the public that it is an offence to deposit any such litter including cigarette litter in a public place.

Notice in Relation to Litter, including Cigarette Litter -read the full story.

Posted: 05/05/2004

EPA Grants for Cleaner Greener Business



EPA Grants for Cleaner Greener Business


EPA Grants for Cleaner Greener Business -read the full story.

Posted: 09/06/2004

School Book Exchange



Novel new way of buying and selling school and college books.

School Book Exchange-read the full story.

Posted: 09/06/2004

Draft Noise Action Plan


(Environment, General)
In accordance with 2006 Environment Noise Regulations, Mayo County Council is obliged to prepare a Noise Action Plan for sections of the County’s major roads that experience a volume of traffic greater than 6 million vehicle passages per year.
If you would like a say in relation to the prepared Draft Plan, please send your submissions in writing to Seamus Granahan, Director of Services, Environment Section, Mayo County Council or by e-mail to environment@mayococo.ie no later than 4 p.m. 22nd September, 2009.


Draft Noise Action Plan-read the full story.

Posted: 18/08/2009

Earth Hour


(Environment, General)
Saturday 27th March 8:30pm to 9:30pm

Earth Hour-read the full story.

Posted: 10/03/2010

New Regulations abolish backyard burning of waste.


(Environment, Waste Management)

The Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Mr. John Gormley T.D. has signed new Regulations to abolish the practice commonly known as backyard burning. The Waste Management (Prohibition of Waste Disposal by Burning) Regulations 2009, which were signed by the Minister on the 27th July 2009, have implications for householders, businesses, farmers and Local Authorities.
The new Regulations aim to protect the environment from the pollution caused by uncontrolled burning of waste.


New Regulations abolish backyard burning of waste.-read the full story.

Posted: 21/08/2009

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