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# Irish Business Against Litter

Last year
No litter 'blackspots' recorded by survey but majority of beaches still deemed not clean
All time
The number of litter blackspots around Ireland has been halved, survey finds
There's been an increase in coffee-cup and PPE litter since the pandemic began
Litter rankings: Kilkenny cleanest in Ireland while Dublin's north inner city 'seriously littered'
Poll: Should plastic bottles be banned from Irish beaches?
Ennis has been declared Ireland's cleanest town
Dublin’s north inner city is a lot cleaner and no longer a litter blackspot
Dublin, Cork and Limerick are the dirtiest cities in Ireland
IBAL Litter League 2012: Where did your town finish?
Kilkenny named Ireland's cleanest town for 2012
80% of Irish towns 'as clean' as European average
Anti-litter lobby backs 50c tax on chewing gum
Green light given to most third level colleges graded on litter and cleanliness
Update: And the winner of the cleanest town in Ireland is…