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18 pupils from Fenit NS joined the Big Beach Clean on Fenit Beach, on Saturday 17th September

PHOTOS: Hundreds Take Part In Beach Clean-Ups In Kerry

September 20, 2022 at 1:07 pm Comments are Disabled

OVER 620 volunteers from Kerry joined Clean Coasts latest call to action at the weekend, removing approximately 3.5 tonnes of litter. Clean Coasts received overwhelming support and commitment from Kerry volunteers. 28 groups banded together to host cleanups removing an estimated 3.5 tonnes of litter. Among these groups, we were joined by Maharees […]

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Clean Coasts Big Beach Clean.L-R, Colum O'Sullivan,Cully & Sully, Elaine Doyle, Clean Coasts Campaigns Officer, Cullen Allen – Cully & Sully, Emlyn Cullen, National Spring Clean Manager, Proinsias Ó Tuama, Clean Coasts Ballynamona . Photos: Cathal Noonan

Kerry People Urged To Get Involved In Big Beach Clean Next Month

August 11, 2022 at 1:32 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Big Beach Clean initiative is back, and Clean Coasts, supported by Cully and Sully, are calling people all across Kerry to register to receive clean-up kits and join the world biggest clean-up from from September 16th to 18th. Last year in county Kerry almost 300 volunteers organised clean-ups in […]

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Volunteers and members of the Clean Coasts and Fáilte Ireland team who helped clean Fenit Beach on Saturday.

Volunteers Join Clean Coasts For Fenit Beach Clean-Up

July 18, 2022 at 2:12 pm Comments are Disabled

VOLUNTEERS from all around Kerry came out on Saturday to take part in Clean Coasts and Fáilte Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way Community Clean-ups of Fenit Beach in Kerry. These events were created by Clean Coasts as part of their summertime Enjoy and Protect campaign with support from Fáilte Ireland, the […]

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Castelgregory Tody Towns signed up to receive a Clean Coasts kit to host a beach clean on World Ocean Day

Two Tonnes Of Litter Collected At 20 Clean-Up Events In Kerry Last Weekend

June 14, 2022 at 10:29 am Comments are Disabled

TWENTY clean ups took place at the weekend with Kerry volunteers answering Clean Coasts’ call to action to protect our ocean this June. Over 300 volunteers collected two tonnes of litter at the clean-up events held both on land and by the Kerry coast to prevent litter pollution at the […]

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Clean Coasts Hope Kerry People Pledge To Take Part In ‘2Minute Beach Clean’

Clean Coasts Hope Kerry People Pledge To Take Part In ‘2Minute Beach Clean’

December 29, 2021 at 10:10 am Comments are Disabled

A NEW video from Clean Coasts is encouraging people in county Kerry to pledge to clean up their area in two minutes to protect the Irish coast and waterways. In a brand-new video produced by Clean Coasts with Cube Media, Clean Coasts is urging people to have a green New Year […]

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Campaign Asks Kerry People To ‘Think Before You Flush’

Campaign Asks Kerry People To ‘Think Before You Flush’

November 18, 2021 at 12:19 pm Comments are Disabled

TO mark UN World Toilet Day which takes place Friday, November 19, the Think Before You Flush campaign are asking the people of Kerry to value your toilet. Tomorrow highlights awareness of the 3.6 billion people worldwide living without access to safely managed sanitation. The campaign addresses the issue of flushing […]

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This Halloween Clean Coasts and Irish Water remind you to never flush wet wipes down the toilet as they might come back to haunt you. Pictured: Frightening fatberg lurking in our sewers.

Kerry Public Asked To ‘Think Before You Flush’ This Halloween

October 27, 2021 at 10:41 am Comments are Disabled

THE Think Before You Flush Campaign, operated by Clean Coasts in partnership with Irish Water, is urging the people of Kerry to stop flushing wipes down the toilet. In doing so, everyone will help combat ‘fatbergs’, wastewater blockages and scary sewage related litter on beaches this Halloween. When flushed, wet […]

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Kieran Donaghy in the video.

WATCH: New Video Encourages Tralee People To ‘Think Before You Flush’

November 19, 2020 at 9:17 am 1 comment

CLEAN Coasts are asking the people of Tralee to join well-known Tralee people to ‘Think Before You Flush’ this World Toilet Day. Tralee Tidy Towns and GLAN Tralee, in conjunction with Clean Coasts and Irish Water, have presented a new ‘Think Before You Flush’ video featuring well-known Tralee folk at […]

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At the launch of the 'Think Before You Flush' campaign were, in front; young Iseult and Kate with Aisling Buckley of Irish Water, Anne Marie Fuller and Susan Vickers. at back; Anluan Dunne, Martha Farrell, Patrick Falvey, Mary Dolan, Joan O'Regan,  Mohamed Kareem, Sylvia Thompson and Kevin Power. Photo by Dermot Crean

‘Think Before You Flush’ Campaign Launched In Tralee

February 17, 2020 at 2:17 pm Comments are Disabled

CLEAN Coasts and Irish Water are asking the people of Tralee to “Think Before You Flush”. The Think Before You Flush campaign aims to highlight the problems caused by flushing inappropriate items, such as wipes, down the toilet. This can cause blockages in homes, the wastewater infrastructure or end up […]

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Volunteers in the clean-up on Banna Beach on Sunday.

Volunteers Collect 30 Bags Of Litter In Just An Hour On Banna Beach

June 12, 2018 at 10:06 am Comments are Disabled

BANNA saw a fantastic turnout on Sunday for this year’s Clean Coasts Week. Forty enthusiastic volunteers, gave just one hour of their time to help clean up Kerry’s beautiful coastline. Approximately 30 bags of litter were collected, along with a tyre, two bags of bottles and some old wire fencing. […]

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Beachcombing And Clean Up This Saturday At Derrymore Beach

Beachcombing And Clean Up This Saturday At Derrymore Beach

February 22, 2017 at 1:10 pm Comments are Disabled

A BEACH clean-up has been organised by Clean Coasts and Irish Wildlife Trust at Derrymore Strand on Saturday February 25, at 10.oo am. The Beach Clean event promises to help keep one of the most beautiful spots in Tralee Bay pristine for everyone. As well as cleaning up the inevitable […]

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