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Galway has second highest pass rate in septic tank inspections.
An Taisce has called for immediate action to be taken in relation to the “totally unacceptable health and environmental hazard” Glenamaddy where the town’s sewage is being piped into a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) turlough.
The Environmental Protection Agency is urging everyone in Galway to go ‘Green in 2014’. Over the festive season households will produce more than 65,000 tonnes of used packaging, that is the same weight as 65,000 small family cars! The EPA wants to remind Galway households to start the New Year afresh and ‘Reduce, Reuse and Recycle’ with a visit to your local recycling centre.
As the winter season approaches the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is asking Mayo householders to consider taking some simple measures when heating their homes this winter. These steps will minimise the impact of home heating on air quality and on Mayo people’s health.
A ‘boil water notice’ remains in place in south county Roscommon, a full week on from the announcement of an outbreak of cryptosporidiosis last Thursday.
The Commercial Court on Tuesday granted an order quashing a revised licence which was issued for the Shell gas terminal in north Mayo.
WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, has raised its concerns over the increasing number of non-authorised collections and recycling of WEEE being carried out across Mayo and the whole country.
WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling have today raised their concerns over the increasing number of ‘non-authorised’ collections and recycling of WEEE being carried out across Galway and the whole the country.
The development of the Clifden Sewerage Scheme has taken a significant step forward this week after Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan, gave the Galway County Council the go-ahead to sign contracts with successful tenderers ensuring that this vitally important project will commence as soon as possible.
NUI Galway’s Socio Economic Marine Research Unit will hold its fourth annual Beaufort Marine Socio-Economic Symposium on Tuesday August 27.