30 July 2023

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Galway City Council launches online community clean-up resource

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Galway City Council launches online community clean-up resource

Galway City Council has launched an online community clean-up resource.

This resource makes it easy for community groups to request bags, gloves and litter pickers for clean-ups in their area.

Groups can also request the removal of litter bags every Wednesday by Council staff through this portal.

You can find more information on www.Galwaycity.ie/Community-Cleanup

Tiarnan McCusker, Environmental Awareness Officer at Galway City Council says similar resources have been effective in other areas of the country:

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