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Investment in Luimnagh plant will reduce carbon footprints

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Irish Water investment in Luimnagh WTP lighting to reduce carbon emissions by 84 tonnes per year, equivalent of taking 44 cars off our roads

Tullamore Nissan invites local businesses to reduce carbon footprint with e-NV200 van

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Tullamore Nissan is encouraging fellow businesses in the Midlands to make a positive change to their carbon footprint as well as their operating costs in 2019 with the 100 percent electric Nissan e-NV200 van.

Vayu Energy signs €3,000,000 deal with Debenhams

Irish energy supplier Vayu Energy has signed a gas and renewable electricity deal with retailer Debenhams Ireland valued at €3m per annum.

Galway County reducing its carbon footprint with Energia’s ‘green energy’

Galway is set to significantly reduce its carbon footprint after the Galway County Council has signed up to a new “green energy” power deal with leading independent energy provider Energia. The deal will reduce Galway’s carbon footprint by almost 14,000 tonnes each year.

Car free day delights with giant puppet participants

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Carlow Town car free day which took place on Monday was a colourful affair which drew attention to the fact that we need to be aware of our carbon footprint and be more economical with our use of fuel.

A Christmas gift that reduces your carbon footprint

We are all being encouraged to reduce our carbon emissions — the much publicised change.ie website lets us calculate our carbon number and gives advice on how to reduce it. As Christmas approaches, the gifts we buy often further add to our carbon footprint as much carbon has been produced during their manufacture while their packaging, often a large component of the gift, also has to be disposed of.

€280,000 prize fund available to Mayo GAA clubs at Change.ie

Change.ie, the national climate change campaign in association with GAA/ESB Cúl Green initiative launched a competition for GAA clubs across Ireland on the day of the All-Ireland final.

 

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