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Launch of the Waterdrop

Environmental Services


Stop running water. We all need to use 10% less water or we could all run into trouble.

Environmental Services in South Dublin County Council lauched the waterdrop video aimed at getting everyone to use less water. Waterdrop was launched on the a 06/07/11 in the County Library Tallaght by Mayor Cllr. Caitriona Jones, Waterdrop who was a special guest and star of the video  also attended, see picture.

To view the video please click on link



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'Blooming Amazing! Our School Garden', by St Thomas' SNS, Jobstown


Congratulations to St Thomas' SNS, Jobstown, Tallaght, who was one of the overall prizewinners for the 'ENFO Showcase Your Place' competition with their short film 'Blooming Amazing! Our School Garden'. 

ENFOpoint at the County Library Tallaght

ENFOpoint is a new service which allows access to a wide range of local national and international environmental information from your local library.

Four libraries in Ireland including the County Library in Tallaght have been selected to take part in the pilot project promoting and providing environmental information through public libraries. The ENFOpoint in the County Library includes a dedicated touch screen computer, books on the environment and leaflets. The ENFOpoint touchscreen computer provides access to the ENFO website and to many websites relating to the environment.

Throughout the year the County Library will host  a programme of talks exhibitons and workshops focusing on environmental issues

Eanna Ní Lamhna launches ENFOpoint at the County Library Tallaght

ENFOpoint was launched in the County Library in Tallaght. The County Librarian of South Dublin Libraries Georgina Byrne introduced Eanna Ní Lamhna who officially launched the ENFOpoint.

Fourth class students from St Killian's S.N.S in Kingswood, Tallaght attended the launch and also a workshop on the environment afterwards given by Eanna Ní Lamhna.

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