South Dublin County Council

Litter Management

Make South Dublin County a litter free place. Report litter or pollution incidents to us and we can then investigate and fine those responsible at info@sdublincoco.ie 01-4149000 or 24 hour lo-call telephone number 1850 365 121

  1. Investigation and prosecution of illegal dumping
  2. The removal of abandoned and End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV)
  3. The issue of on-the-spot fines for litter offences
  4. The prosecution of serious offences through the courts
  5. Investigation and prosecution of illegal casual traders

Presently, the on-the-spot fine for littering under the Litter Pollution Act 1997, (as amended) is €150.00. If the matter is brought to the District Court and the offender is found guilty, the maximum fine can be up to €3,000.00. For more information on Litter and the Law please click here.

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Removal of Abandoned Vehicle

If the vehicle(s) listed below are not removed by the owner(s) - under Section 71(7) ( c ) of the Waste Management Act, 1996, as amended, the vehicle will become the property of South Dublin County Council.  South Dublin County Council will then have the vehicle removed on the date shown.

Date of First Notice

Colour

Make

Model

Location

Date of Final Notice

Date for removal of car

4/4/2017

White

Mazda

Unknown

Mount Andrew Court, Lucan

18/4/2017

02/5/2017

IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THE ABANDONMENT OF VEHICLES IS A PROSECUTABLE OFFENCE UNDER SECTION 71 OF THE WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT, 1996, AS AMENDED WITH FINES UP TO €5,000 ON PROSCEUTION.

Related Documents

Litter Management plan 2015-2019
Document type: Publications - pdf
Bye-Laws for the Prevention and Control of Litter
Document type: Publications - doc
Abandoned Cars
Document type: Guidelines - docx
Litter and the Law
Document type: Publications - pdf