Coordinator, Waste Enforcement Regional Lead Authority Southern Region
Nick Bond began his Local Authority career in 2003 and moved to the Environment Directorate, Cork County Council in 2006 where he set up and led the Waste Enforcement Team before becoming Head of the Waste Section with responsibility for Waste Regulation, Waste Enforcement, Litter & Energy.
Nick was appointed as Coordinator for the Waste Enforcement Regional Lead Authority (WERLA), Southern Region in 2016.
Three Waste Enforcement Regional Lead Authorities (WERLAs) have been established for the Southern, Eastern & Midlands, and Connacht/Ulster with responsibility for coordinating waste enforcement actions within regions, setting priorities and common objectives for waste enforcement, ensuring consistent enforcement of waste legislation while still leaving local authority personnel as first responders on the ground to specific breaches of waste legislation.
The Southern Region extends from Counties Kerry and Clare on the west coast to County Wexford on the east coast, and includes the Counties of Cork, Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford, Carlow and Kilkenny and also includes Cork City.