Water, Waste and Environment

Schedule of contributions from Dublin Waste to Energy Ltd. to Community Fund

Payment Schedule Amount
31 October 2014 €178,553
31 January 2015 €970,623
30 April 2015 €991,385
31 July 2015 €1,157,480
31 October 2015 €1,812,521
31 January 2016 €1,265,443
30 April 2016

Committee Newsletters

CGLC Newsletter Issue 2 March 2017

Newsletter January

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Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Projects Grant Scheme 2017


The Community Gain Liaison Committee are pleased to present The Community Gain Liaison Committee and the Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Projects Grant Scheme 2017 Annual Report.


The Community Gain Liaison Committee is delighted to announce the recipients of grant funding under the Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Projects Grant Scheme 2017.

Community Gain Liaison Committee Meetings

Meeting Minutes

Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Catchment Area

The local area to benefit generally from the Scheme shall comprise the areas of Irishtown, Ringsend and Sandymount – as outlined in the yellow shaded area on the map below.

Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Projects Grants Scheme 2016

Community Gain Liaison Committee Projects Grant Scheme 2016 for the Irishtown, Ringsend and Sandymount Catchment Area Annual Report


Projects Grant Scheme 2016 for the Irishtown, Ringsend & Sandymount Catchment Area

Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Fund

A Community Gain Fund has been established by Dublin City Council in accordance with statutory approvals obtained for the Waste to Energy project. The fund will be administered by the Community Gain Liaison Committee and will consist of:

Committee Membership

Dublin City Council has established a Community Gain Liaison Committee in accordance with statutory approvals obtained for the Waste to Energy project. The Committee will be responsible for administering the Community Gain Fund and for decisions on projects to be supported by the fund. In addition, the Committee will act as a liaison between Dublin City Council and the local community in relation to ongoing monitoring of the construction/operation phases of the facility.

The committee consists of:

Chair:

Peter McLoone  

Water services for business

Water services for business

Irish Water is now your contact point for all water services queries, including account management and billing.

For further information, visit www.water.ie/business

Autumn Leaf Collection

Did you know that Dublin City Council collects hundreds of tonnes of fallen leaves from the City Streets each Autumn.  Main thoroughfares and arterial routes into the city are cleared on an ongoing basis during this time.

In residential areas where it is not possible to provide the same frequency of service many residents groups, associations and individuals get involved in helping to manage their own areas by carrying out leaf clearing initiatives.

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