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EPA urges businesses in Westmeath to get cost saving advice and protect the environment

The Environmental Protection Agency has recently launched a one-stop shop for businesses in Westmeath to help them save money while preventing waste, conserving water, and reducing their energy costs. The EPA developed these resources for the many businesses in Westmeath facing increasing energy costs and waste and water charges that are looking to reduce their overheads by adopting smarter, greener ways of doing business.

EPA bringing charges against Baxter

The Environmental Protection Agency is bringing eight charges of environmental breaches against Baxter Healthcare, Moneen Road, Castlebar.

Septic tank charges questioned and alert issued on false inspectors

Members of Mayo County Council have questioned costs relating to the imposition of septic tank charges.

Septic tank charges questioned and alert issued on false inspectors

Members of Mayo County Council have questioned costs relating to the imposition of septic tank charges.

Forty thousand tonnes of household waste collected in Mayo

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published its National Waste Report for 2010 which provides data on Ireland’s waste generation and management and the progress being made in meeting national and international waste targets.

All Mayo bathing areas are of a ‘good’ standard — EPA report

Bathing waters in the county achieved ‘good’ status in The Environmental Protection Agency’s Quality of Bathing Water in Ireland report.

Drinking water quality in Mayo is improving

Drinking water quality in Mayo has improved according to a report issued recently by the Environmental Protection Agency: The Provision and Quality of Drinking Water in Ireland, a Report for the Year 2010.

Grow your own greens this St Patrick’s Day

The EPA’s Stop Food Waste programme has joined forces with Grow it Yourself inviting you to grow your own greens this St Patrick’s Day.

Ring promises to progress Belmullet Sewerage Scheme

Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, has been informed that representatives of Mayo County Council and officials from the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government and a representative from the EPA met recently to discuss the Belmullet Sewerage Scheme.

Progress made on Clifden treatment plant plans

Significant progress has been made this month on providing Clifden with the long-awaited treatment plant upgrade with Galway County Council currently assessing tender documents with the view of appointing a contractor soon, that is according to local county councillor Eileen Mannion who described the works as vital for the local environment as well as for tourism and local economy.

 

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