Appendix A Target and Indicators for Plan Objectives

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1.1 Promote Recycling and Recovery

 

Action

Target

Indicator

1

Ensure adequate servicing and cleaning of existing bring facilities to encourage use

 

 

  • 46 Bring Centres
  • No. of Collections per annum
  • No. of cleaning services per annum

2

Identify communities which would benefit from new bring centre facilities

 

  • Community Leaders
  • No. of new bring centres per annum

3

Continue with the upgrade of bring centre signage

 

  • 46 Bring Centres
  • Number Upgraded to date (baseline Jan 2021)
  • Number upgraded per annum

4

Promote awareness of our recycling facilities through information campaigns

 

  • Communities

 

  • No. of campaigns per annum

5

Continue with roll out of CCTV across the bring centres to help prevent littering 

 

  • 46 Bring Centres
  • Number with CCTV to date (baseline Jan 2021)
  • Number upgraded per annum

6

Identify any shortfall in existing bring centres and provide further receptacles where required to improve service

 

  • Communities
  • No. of engagements with community leaders per annum

7

Continue with enforcement actions arising from littering at bring centres to deter further littering

 

  • Enforcement Team
  • No. of fines issued

8

Monitor level of service provided by service providers

  • Environment Department
  • No. of reviews per annum

 

2.1 Enforcement

 

Action

Target

Indicator

 

1

Management of authorised & unauthorised ELV sites

  • Authorised ELV sites
  • Unauthorised ELV sites
  • Social Media
  • No. of Planned Inspections
  • No. of Multi Agency Actions

 

 

2

Management of C&D Waste - authorised and unauthorised sites

 

  • Construction sites
  • Authorised Sites
  • Unauthorised sites
  • Waste Collection Permit Holders
  • Number of planned inspections
  • Annual Return Data on NWCPO
  • No of complaints

 

3

Illegal Dumping (unaccounted for waste) (including waste byelaws enforcement)

  • Rogue operators
  • Social Media
  • Businesses
  • Householders
  • No of Complaints
  • No of Enforcement Actions
  • No. of clean ups per annually

 

4

Unauthorised Waste Collectors

  • Householders
  • Communities
  • Businesses
  • Social Media
  • No of Complaints
  • No of Enforcement Actions
  • No. of Multi Agency Actions

 

5

Unauthorised sites of Concern

  • Large sites of illegal dumping
  • Possible criminal activity
  • No of Sites identified per annum

 

6

Management of Commercial Food Waste

  • Businesses, Hotels, restaurants, Take always & Hospitals
  • No. of Planned Inspections
  • No of Enforcement Actions

 

7

Management of Commercial Dry Recyclables and Back Door packaging

  • Businesses identified through PRI schemes from our WERLA offices
  • No. of Planned Inspections
  • No of Enforcement Actions

8

Encourage the public & Businesses to report illegal dumping and littering via the litter line 1800-200-156 by its promotion.

 

  • Businesses
  • Householders
  • Communities

 

  • No. of Complaints
  • No. of Litter Fines
  • No. of Enforcement Actions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.1 Educate and Raise Public Awareness

 

Action

Target

Indicator

1

Communicate the anti-litter awareness message

  • Schools
  • Communities
  • Businesses
  • No. of initiatives annually

2

Support the Green School Programme

 

  • Continue the increase in the number of schools taking part in this programme
  • NOAC-Local Authority Performance Indicator

3

Support Tidy Town Entrants & proactive community groups

 

  • Tidy town groups
  • Active Community Groups
  • No. of tidy town entrants annually

4

Support & Promote Community Clean Ups

 

  • Schools
  • Communities
  • Businesses
  • No. of clean ups per annually

5

Implement waste prevention campaigns to eliminate/decrease use of single use plastic

 

  • Schools
  • Communities
  • Businesses
  • No. of initiatives annually

6

Liaise with stakeholders with common interests to combat litter collectively

 

  • Schools
  • Communities
  • Businesses
  • NGO’s
  • No. of Stakeholders engagement annually

7

Work with youth programmes to communicate the anti-litter message

 

  • Scouting Ireland
  • Girl Guide Ass.
  • Foroige
  • Local Youth Clubs
  • TY Projects
  • No. of Initiatives completed annually

8

Complete promotions on enforcement advancement and successful outcomes within the limits of the Data Protection Act

  • Communities
  • No. of News Releases Issued
  • No. of Social Media Posts issued

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.1 Street Cleaning & Litter Prevention Programme

 

Action

Target

Indicator

1

Replace litter bins that are deemed no longer fit for purpose when funding becomes available

 

  • Considered when appropriate
  • No. of litter bins replaced annually

2

Litter bin installation to be considered under village and town renewal schemes

 

  • Considered for appropriate schemes
  • No. of new installations annually

3

Road sweeper schedule to be maintained throughout the city and county and reviewed annually in accordance to available budgets

 

  • Maintain level of service
  • No. of hours per month

4

City’s Litter Prevention Measures to be continued and reviewed annually

 

  • Retain all current measures
  • No. of measures per annum

5

Municipal District Offices to continue Litter Prevention Measures and co-ordinate with communities as appropriate

 

  • Retain all current measures
  • Retain all current measures

6

Support local communities via funding to ensure they can continue local litter prevention measures

 

  • Maximise number of applications for available supports
  • No. of grants provided annually.
  • Grant funded amounts per annum

 

7

Co-ordinate waste prevention measures to limit the amount of litter being generated by promoting schemes such as reusable drink bottles, the placement of public water fonts as infrastructure is being developed

 

  • Co-ordinate measures with national initiatives
  • Seek out potential community projects via the Waste Prevention Grant
  • No. of initiatives completed per annum
  • No. of waste prevention grants approved per annum

8

Complete a feasibility study on the installation of litter bins with segregation units for dry recyclables and food/compostable waste in areas of street food vendors

 

  • Complete a minimum of one trial period at the City Market to determine feasibility
  • KG of organic waste diverted per trial.