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Stop ruining our sea and landscape with rubbish

Rubbish is being dumped recklessly all over Ireland. In Co Cork, between Belgooly and Riverstick and between Riverstick and the Rising Sun, household rubbish has been discarded on the side of the road. 

Rubbish is also being thrown in rivers and bogs.

We collected 30 bags of rubbish at Scilly bog recently — beer cans, wine bottles and two fire extinguishers.

RTÉ has highlighted the damage that plastic does to rivers, the sea and to wildlife. Why should civic-minded people collect other people’s waste?

The council workers in Kinsale do a great job, but they need help from the public

Noel Harrington

Ard Brack

Kinsale

Co Cork


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