Water, Waste and Environment

Reservoir Safety

Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Works Extension – Introduction

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The City Council’s response to the European Commission

Dublin City Council is aware that a complaint was made to the EU Commission regarding the issue of a potential conflict of interest/undue influence arising from the move from Cowi to Elsam of a Mr Jorgen Grundtvig. This matter received some coverage by RTE News on Sunday 9 February 2014.

The City Council’s response to the European Commission, on 13 September 2013, was as follows:

Protocol for putting up Temporary Posters/Notices on Dublin City Council Property to Advertise Public Meetings/Events

If you wish to make an application to put up temporary posters or notices on Dublin City Council property to advertise public meetings or events, please follow these steps outlined in the document – English version,Irish version

Civic Amenity Sites(CA Sites)

Both North Strand & Ringsend Civic Amenity Site are managed and operated on behalf of Dublin City Council by Greenstar.

Householders are required to separate their food waste from their general waste. Dublin City Council provides a food waste disposal service at the Civic Amenity Sites at Ringsend and North Strand.

What is Climate Change?

Climate change refers to a significant and long-term change in the measures of climate such as temperature, rainfall or wind.  Scientific evidence has demonstrated that warming of the global climate system is unequivocal and is caused by a combination of natural processes and factors and human activities though greenhouse gas emissions.  Predicted and measured adverse impacts include the following (Desmond et al., 2014)

Waste and Recycling

Photo of the Recycling bins in the Poppintree Industrial Estate

Waste Management Services – Recycling, Collection Permits, NTFS and Street Cleaning

Community Bring Centres

Dublin City Council operates 8 community bring centres within its Administrative Area. All sites are managed by Dublin City Council with certain services subcontracted out to third parties.

Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024

Dublin’s climate is changing and this poses significant risks and challenges to all of those living in the region. In response to this, the four Dublin Local Authorities have joined together in conjunction with Codema, to develop Climate Change Action Plans as a collaborative response to the impact that climate change is having, and will continue to have, on the Dublin Region and its citizens.

Flood Protection

Image of floodingThe following documents give guidance on the various types of flood protection devices available on the market, and also list possible suppliers and indicative costs.