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IBAL - Introduction

Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) was set up in 1996 as an alliance of companies who believe that litter has a significant impact on our economic well-being. The main sources of our prosperity – tourism, Foreign Direct Investment and our food industries - all depend on an image of Ireland as a clean and green island. We are now a high-cost destination for visitors, who deserve first-class standards of cleanliness.
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IBAL believes that it is the job of Local Government to solve our litter problem. It is through enforcement of litter laws - not public information campaigns - that we will rid our country of this scourge.

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Survey shows litter now largely limited to neglected city areas

While nearly all of Ireland's main towns are now clean, pockets of our major cities continue to suffer from significant levels of litter, according to the latest survey.. Read More.


 

Sculpture unveiled in Longford to mark top ranking in anti-litter league

Business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) today unveiled a sculpture in Longford town in recognition of the town’s achievement in topping the Anti-Litter League last year... Read More.


 

Longford takes Kilkenny's crown as cleanest town

Public sculpture planned to mark achievement

Longford has been announced as the cleanest town in Ireland. The announcement was made at the Finale of the 2015 Anti-Litter League by Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) in Buswells Hotel in Dublin today. Longford finished ahead of Dun Laoghaire and Kilkenny, which had claimed the title for the past three years.. Read More.


 

2015 litter league Final Round Results

Final round results of the 2015 IBAL litter league announced... top places to be announced shortly. Enlarge image.


 

2015 litter league Final Round Results

Final round results of the 2015 IBAL litter league announced... top places to be announced shortly. Enlarge image.


 

2015 litter league First Round Results

Litter survey shows heavily littered areas are cleaning up ... at last. But IBAL warns of litter in Dublin City Centre during peak tourist season.... Read more.


 

People applaud a cleaner country as IBAL launches 2015 litter league

Research shows city dwellers less positive about change in litter levels.... Read more.


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Conor Horgan of IBAL with winners Joe Millea and Brian Tyrrell of Kilkenny County Council

Hat-trick for Kilkenny in IBAL litter league

For the third year in a row, Kilkenny is again Ireland’s cleanest town. The announcement was made at the Finale of the 2014 Anti-Litter League by Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin today.... Read more.


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FOR QUERIES IN RELATION TO THE LATEST IBAL RESULTS PLEASE EMAIL cmjhorgan@gmail.com

 

Litter survey shows towns and cities continue to scrub up well

  • Routes between towns bring down overall cleanliness rating
  • City areas still littered, but showing marked improvement
  • Time to "bin the stereotype that we are a dirty nation"... Read more.

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FOR QUERIES IN RELATION TO THE LATEST IBAL RESULTS PLEASE EMAIL cmjhorgan@gmail.com

 

Latest IBAL litter survey reveals growing urban – rural divide
The latest survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter has revealed that while Ireland's towns continue to get cleaner, our main cities remain littered... Read more.

 

IBAL commended for its contribution to tourism
Irish Business Against Litter was recently acknowledged for its contribution to the tourist industry in Ireland. Tom Cavanagh, Chairman, is pictured receiving his award from An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Michael Vaughan, President of the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF), who presented it on the occasion of the IHF's annual conference.


Bray - Anti Litter Winners 2009
Bray - Anti Litter Winners 2009
     
 
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