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Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten T.D. launched Galway County Council’s “ Cleaner, Greener, Galway!” anti- litter and illegal dumping awareness initiative on Friday 7th April 2017.
A collaborative approach to anti-litter and illegal dumping by Galway County Council with sporting, voluntary, business organisations and An Garda Síochána.
Galway County Council CEO Kevin Kelly, welcomed Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten T.D. to County Buildings on Friday 7th April at 12.30pm for the launch of a new, proactive anti-litter and illegal dumping awareness campaign, “A Cleaner, Greener, Galway!”.
Representatives of over 100 of Galway’s top athletes and high profile sporting faces from across Galway GAA, Connacht Rugby and Galway United joined Minister Naughten, Cathaoirleach Cllr Michael Connolly and members of Galway County Council to show their support for “A Cleaner, Greener Galway”. The message from the sporting community to the people of Galway is “don’t drop the ball on litter” as Galway County Council embark on a highly proactive and all-inclusive anti-litter and illegal dumping awareness campaign throughout the county.
Also showing significant support for “A Cleaner, Greener, Galway” are An Garda Síochána with proactive policing when it comes to illegal dumping and An Garda Síochána will be vigilant in deploying illegal dumping check points throughout county Galway in an effort to continue to curb illegal dumping as part of this high profile anti-litter campaign.
Desire amongst the business community of Galway for this collaborative initiative by Galway County Council is hugely positive with Galway businesses offering supports to promote the message of “A Cleaner, Greener, Galway!”.
The announcement of such a collective and shared campaign by Minister Denis Naughten T.D. will generate maximum awareness amongst the people of Galway with a view to ultimately eliminating litter and illegal dumping from Galway’s environment and eradicating the need for clean ups. Thus creating “a cleaner, greener, Galway” for everyone to enjoy.
As part of this high profile campaign Galway County Council will be distributing “A Cleaner, Greener, Galway” campaign message using digital messaging, social media channels and traditional media and marketing tools throughout schools, sporting clubs, societies, voluntary and community organisations including Tidy Towns and of course businesses and An Garda Síochána in the coming weeks and months, inspiring the people and communities of Galway to be litter conscious at all times as not dropping litter is ultimately the solution to Keeping Galway Litter free.
As Galway gets closer to the European Region of Gastronomy 2018 designation and to the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture designation, it is the aim of Galway County Council to show the ultimate in local authority leadership by having “a cleaner, greener Galway” for Galwegians and visitors alike.
Additional information on this campaign will be available here over the coming weeks.
For further details please contact Sinéad Ní Mhainnín or Mark Molloy on 091-509510 or email@example.com