Water, Waste and Environment
Litter is a major problem in Dublin. We must take action and responsibility to live clean city. One way you can help is to report litter or pollution incidents to us and we can then investigate and fine those responsible. You can also report a litter offence online using our self service portal.
Lead Pipe Replacement Grant
If your home has lead pipes and plumbing that need to be replaced, or you have a recent water quality test result that shows above normal levels of lead in your water supply, you may qualify for a Lead Pipe Replacement Grant. Find out more about the Lead Pipe Replacement Grant
From July 1st 2016, household waste charges are changing
Right across the country waste contractors use a variety of different methods to charge for their services. To create a level playing field and to encourage positive environmental behaviour, changes are coming into force from 1st July 2016 which will see all householders charged on a Pay by Weight basis for their waste collection service.
To find out more on pay by weight charges please click on the following link: http://emwr.ie/
Survey and Mapping
Launch of the Eastern-Midlands Draft Regional Waste Management Plan – new region new vision
The Eastern-Midlands Region has launched its Draft Waste Management Plan 2015-2021. Please click here to read more.
The City Council has recently adopted Bye-Laws to regulate the Storage, Presentation and Collection of Household & Commercial Waste. Please click here for further information
We have several projects that are designed to reduce the risks to life and property caused by coastal flooding. They will propose solutions as well as an enhanced early warning system for the region.
Following the Dublin City Council Meeting on 7th November 2011 the following two presentations are now available to download:
Water is a precious resource and should be used sparingly. Information about saving water can be found online at www.taptips.ie
Dollymount Promenade and Flood Protection Project EIS Publication
Well-managed biodiversity can help to reduce pollution, control floods, prevent erosion and generally improve the quality of life for you and your family. Over the long run this can save us millions of Euro in infrastructure and health costs.
For more information
Dublin City Council
Environment & Transportation Department
Tel: (01) 222 0200/(01) 222 2257