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Title: Bring Sites


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Bring Sites

2
Bring Site
  • A Bring Site is a designated area at which
    receiving containers are provided for the public
    to place some of the main recyclable materials
    generated by the operation of a household within.

3
Bring Site Locations
  • Currently 37 Bring Sites in our area

4
MAIN RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
  • Glass (3 colours)
  • Paper and Plastic
  • Textiles
  • Food Cans soon

5
BRING SITE ACTIVITY INCREASE
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BRING SITES GOOD
  • 5000 tonnes per annum diverted
  • Public awareness raised
  • Pay-by-Weight charges reduced
  • Family activity

7
BRING SITES BAD
  • Litter
  • Health Hazard
  • Unsafe
  • Disgusting
  • New bylaws to stop overloading by commercials

8
Arial Photo of Millstreet Recycling CentreOpened
June 1st, 2006
9
List of Materials Collected
  • Clean Paper -Newspapers Magazines Brochures
  • Washed Tetrapaks
  • Washed Plastic Containers
  • Clean Food Cans
  • Clean Light Plastic Packaging
  • Cardboard
  • Washed Glass Bottles
  • Clean Textiles
  • Books
  • Flat Glass
  • Household DIY Waste Timber
  • Scrap Metal
  • Garden Green Waste
  • Kitchen Organic Waste
  • Waste Electrical Electronic Equipment
  • Household White Goods (Fridges, freezers..)
  • Paint and Paint Cans
  • Engine and Vegetable Oil
  • Batteries (Household and Lead Acid)

10
Recyclable Weights Collected
Year Tonnes
Paper/Plastic 2004 3,233 2005 4,010 Cans/G
lass 2004 1,235 2005 1,685
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Derelict Sites
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Derelict Sites
  • Definition of a Derelict Site
  • Procedure for Dealing with a Derelict Site

13
Definition of a Derelict Site Derelict Sites
Act, 1990
  • any land which detracts or is likely to detract
    to a material degree
  • from the amenity, character or appearance of land
    in the
  • neighbourhood of the land in question, because
    of-
  • The existence on the land in question of
    structures which are in a ruinous, derelict, or
    dangerous condition, or
  • The neglected, unsightly or objectionable
    condition of the land or any structure on the
    land in question, or
  • The presence, deposit or collection on the land
    in question of any litter, rubbish, debris or
    waste, except where the presence, deposit or
    collection of such litter, rubbish, debris or
    waste results from the exercise of a right
    conferred by statute or by common law.

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Derelict Sites

Main Street, Killavullen
Main Street, Kanturk
15
Derelict Sites

Lower Cork Street, Mitchelstown
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Procedure for Dealing with a Derelict Site
  • Identification of Site
  • Owner/occupier notified of intention to enter
    property on Register.
  • Owner/occupier notified that property is now on
    Register.
  • Sites on Register August, 2004 68 No.
    (Kanturk 40, Fermoy 16 Mallow 12)
  • Notice of works to be carried out
  • Valuation of Property Urban areas
  • Imposition of Levy Urban areas
  • Local Authority may acquire a Derelict Site

17
Acquisition of Derelict Site
  • Main Street, Killavullen

18
Successes

Lower Cork Street, Mitchelstown
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Successes
Bluepool, Kanturk
20
Unresolved
Main Street, Kanturk
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