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Dublin Halloween clean-up will cost €1 million

Dublin City Council will spend €1 million cleaning up the aftermath of Halloween activities, including the removal of more than 500 tonnes of illegal material from the city.

1st November, 2008

Dublin City Council will spend €1 million cleaning up the aftermath of Halloween activities, including the removal of more than 500 tonnes of illegal material from the city.

This figure includes €350,000 from the council’s parks department budget - mainly charges for the disposal of waste - along with a €270,000 spend on house maintenance and an €85,000 budget for waste management.

The council spent €58,000 on a public awareness campaign in schools about...

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