Storage, presentation and segregation of household and commercial waste
The public consultation period is now closed. No comments or submissions were received from Third Parties. Offaly County Council expect this Bye Law to be adopted and put into effect by 31st December 2018.
Offaly County Council proposes to make new Bye-Laws to regulate and control the Segregation, Storage and Presentation of Household and Commercial Waste within its functional area.
Offaly County Council is one of twelve local authorities who form the Eastern and Midlands Waste Management Region
The WEEE Directive aims to reduce quantities of WEEE disposed of to landfill and reduce the harmful effect caused by WEEE.
New regulations were passed to encourage greater recovery and recycling of waste batteries and accumulators (rechargeable batteries).
The regulations aim to reduce the amount of packaging waste going to landfill by introducing targets to be met for the recovery & recycling of packaging waste.
Green waste is organic waste sourced from the garden or from landscaping activities
A European Directive sets out measures to Member States in relation to the collection, storage, treatment, dismantling, reuse, disposal of end-of-life vehicles.
For further information on managing household waste please click on below.
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