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The compulsory purchase of land at Carraroe to commence the construction of a much needed wastewater treatment plant by Irish Water gets underway today with the publication of details.
The local community living near Sruthán Pier in An Cheathrú Rua have revived their campaign to stop a sewage and wastewater treatment plant being located beside the scenic pier.
By 2017, raw sewage will no longer be discharged into Kinvara Bay, following completion of a wastewater treatment plant and sewer network for the area, which will cost €5.1 million.
Waters in Clarinbridgge and Kilcolgan rivers were one of three in the west that have displayed less than good compliance with water quality standards.
Crossmolina man, Dr Eoin Syron was this week shortlisted for the Irish Times Inter Trade Ireland Innovation Awards. Syron and his colleagues in OxyMem, who are based in Athlone, picked up the nomination. OxyMem is a breakthrough technology for wastewater aeration. Up to now the aeration process has relied on forced, or bubble aeration to deliver oxygen to the bacteria that break down the wastewater. OxyMem doesn’t rely on a bubble to deliver oxygen; instead use a gas permeable membrane to deliver oxygen directly to the micro-organisms. This allows OxyMem to deliver oxygen far more efficiently than conventional technologies. OxyMem is typically four times more energy efficient than best in class solution available today.
Shellfish lovers have been warned of the dangers of gathering their own batch along the west coast after incidents of food poisoning prompted the Food Safety Authority Ireland to issue an official warning this week.
Architect Féile Butler will be the guest speaker at a Green Drinks Galway event which takes place at 8pm today (Thursday) at the Cottage Bar in Lower Salthill. Her talk is entitled 'Building with Mud: Reviving an Ancient Tradition in a Modern World'.