Midleton Meadow County Cork

Comhshaol

Déanann an Stiúrthóireacht Comhshaoil seirbhísí monatóireacht, anailís agus tuairisciú ar an aer, ar an uisce, ar an bhfuíolluisce agus ar bhainistíocht dramhaíola i gContae Chorcaí, de réir reachtaíocht an AE agus na reachtaíochta náisiúnta. Chomh maith leis sin, cuireann sí faisnéis maidir le cúrsaí comhshaoil ar fáil don phobal agus do stiúrthóireachtaí eile de chuid na Comhairle Contae.

Is é ár misean ná comhshaol nádúrtha ar ardcháilíocht a chur chun cinn agus a chosaint, sláinte an duine a chosaint, comhtháthú cúrsaí comhshaoil a dhaingniú i mbeartais eacnamaíochta agus earnála agus chun dea-chleachtas a chur chun cinn maidir le húsáid fuinnimh atá inbhuanaithe ó thaobh an chomhshaoil de.

Mar chuid den réimse leathan seirbhísí Comhshaoil agus Tréidliachta tá:

Ceadúnú Comhshaoil

Feasacht Comhshaoil & Cláir Comhphobal

Monatóireacht agus Forfheidhmiú

Ionaid Fóntas Poiblí agus Ionaid 'Fág Anseo'

Maor Bruscair agus Forfheidhmiú Dramhaíola

Scrúduithe Tréidliachta

Seirbhís Maorachta Madraí agus leas ainmhithe

Cigireachtaí an Bhreosla Sholadaigh

Gearán faoi thruailliú

Iarratais ar Rochtain ar Fhaisnéis faoin gComhshaol (RFC)

Nuacht Comhshaoil

Let's Clear the Air poster. A pidgeon standing on a roof. Text: Choosing low smoke fuel is better for all of us. Burning smoky fuels releases invisible toxins that damage our health. It increases air pollution, which can trigger asthma and lead to serious illness. So make sure you only use low smoke fuels. And remember to clean and maintain chimneys and heating appliances at least once a year. Find out more at gov.ie/CleanAir
Environment
06 Feb 2024

Cork County Council Reminds Householders to Consider Air Quality and Use Only Approved Fuels

Solid fuel use is one of the biggest sources of air pollution in our homes and communities. With roughly 1 in 10 householders in County Cork burning solid fuel as their main source of heating, Cork County Council is reminding householders that only approved fuels should be used when necessary to heat their homes and to always check the labelling on all solid fuel that they buy. 

A barn owl chick.
Environment
31 Jan 2024

County Cork Barn Owl Population on the Up After Decades of Decline

BirdWatch Ireland in partnership with Cork County Council and the National Parks and Wildlife Service have completed a survey of Barn Owls in the county, the results of which show that the fortunes of this iconic farmland bird appear to be changing, as Barn Owls were recorded in numbers not seen in the county in the past 50 years. 

Comhshaol Fógraí Poiblí

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Environment
08 Dec 2023

Mallow Civic Amenity Closure 8th of December 2023

Please note that Mallow Civic Amenity Site will remain closed today,Friday December 8th, for operational reasons. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding in this matter.