Local authorities may remove bonfire materials from public areas for disposal.
Local authorities may provide clean up equipment and supplies such as litter pickers, gloves and bags to communities to clean up their local area.
Local authorities monitor dog fouling in public areas and may take action against owners.
Local authorities may remove graffiti from public buildings, bridges, playground equipment and street furniture. They may also remove offensive graffiti from private property.
Local authorities may remove discarded chewing gum from public streets and footpaths.
Local authorities may run litter awareness initiatives as part of their litter management activities.
Local authorities may provide litter bins in public areas.
Local authorities maintain and collect litter from their litter bins in public areas.
Local authorities may erect litter control signage in public places.
The local authority provide a litter fine appeal process.
You must pay a litter fine to the local authority.
Local authorities investigate illegal littering incidents and regulate illegal littering activity.
Local authorities may provide information and support about the National Spring Clean initiative to community and voluntary groups.
Local authorities may permit businesses to advertise on local authority litter bins.
You must apply to the local authority for a permit to use temporary signage to advertise events.
Local authorities may support Tidy Towns groups through networking meetings, seminars, funding and environmental initiatives.