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#Irish Business Against Litter

# irish-business-against-litter - Monday 13 August, 2018

Poll: Should plastic bottles be banned from Irish beaches? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should plastic bottles be banned from Irish beaches?

40% of Irish rivers, beaches and harbours were littered or heavily littered, according to a new survey.

# irish-business-against-litter - Wednesday 3 January, 2018

Ennis has been declared Ireland's cleanest town

The runners up were Roscommon and last year’s winner Kildare.

# irish-business-against-litter - Monday 5 January, 2015

Dublin’s north inner city is a lot cleaner and no longer a litter blackspot

85% of our towns and cities were clean to European norms last year

# irish-business-against-litter - Monday 18 August, 2014

Dublin, Cork and Limerick are the dirtiest cities in Ireland

The good news is that 75% of towns and cities were found to be as clean or cleaner than European counterparts.

# irish-business-against-litter - Monday 7 January, 2013

IBAL Litter League 2012: Where did your town finish?

Kilkenny has been named Ireland’s most litter-free town by Irish Business Against Litter. Did your town feature highly?

Kilkenny named Ireland's cleanest town for 2012

The Marble City pips Cavan and Killarney to be named Ireland’s cleanest by Irish Business Against Litter.

80% of Irish towns 'as clean' as European average

More than 80 per cent of Irish towns are clean or cleaner than the European average – but Dublin’s north inner city has been branded a blackspot.

# irish-business-against-litter - Thursday 3 May, 2012

Anti-litter lobby backs 50c tax on chewing gum

Irish Business Against Litter says it supports Phil Hogan’s proposal for a gum tax, warning that any tax needs to be steep.

# irish-business-against-litter - Wednesday 25 April, 2012

Green light given to most third level colleges graded on litter and cleanliness

Just one third-level campus has been marked as “heavily littered” following the IBAL survey.

# irish-business-against-litter - Monday 9 January, 2012

Update: And the winner of the cleanest town in Ireland is…

The Irish Business Against Litter group has named the outright winner among Ireland’s tidiest towns – and delivered some bad news for Dublin and Cork.