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Skoda Ireland offering HVO biofuel carbon emissions reduction incentive

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Skoda Ireland and Certa have launched a new joint campaign aimed at encouraging owners and would-be buyers of new diesel cars to use HVO biofuel to significantly lower their motoring carbon emissions.

Environmental cruising with MSC

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MSC Euribia is being named in Copenhagen this week, she is the second ship for MSC Cruises to be powered by LNG, the cleanest and most efficient fuel available currently commercially at scale. Onboard, she boasts a range of best-in-class environmental technology, including advanced onboard wastewater treatment systems and waste management handling. She has also been designed with the future in mind, allowing her to easily incorporate future innovations in sustainability, such as carbon-neutral synthetic and other alternative fuels as soon as they are available at scale.

Anger as twice-rejected Gort Biogas Plant approved by An Bord Pleanala

An Bord Pleanala has granted permission for the major Gort Biogas plant to go ahead, overturning previous rejection decisions by Galway County Council and creating what opponents have called “another potential environmental disaster” for South Galway.

DPD Ireland switch to 100 percent HVO biofuel to reduce carbon emissions

DPD Ireland, with a centralised parcel and delivery hub in Athlone Business Park, has deployed Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) as a replacement fuel for diesel in its heavy goods vehicles (linehaul) as part of an ambitious drive to decarbonise its Irish fleet by 2030.

Grant makes sizeable investment in R&D to support the complete biofuel heating of rural homes

Grant, Ireland’s leading home heating appliance manufacturer, has invested over €250,000 in pioneering a major R&D breakthrough that could help reduce carbon emissions in rural and hard to heat homes.

Grant invests over €250k in R&D to support drive for biofuel to heat Irish homes

Grant, Ireland’s leading home heating appliance manufacturer, has invested over €250,000 in pioneering a major R&D breakthrough that could help reduce carbon emissions in rural and hard to heat homes. The breakthrough will also help prevent Irish homeowners from incurring the high cost and subsequent disruption to daily life of deep retrofitting.

Gort residents dismayed as planning decision on biogas plant postponed

The Gort Biogas Concern Group has this week expressed its disappointment at An Bord Pleanala’s move to postpone a decision on a planning appeal concerning proposals to develop a biogas plant near the town.

Tidy oil tanks

Is your oil tank one of the big old types that take up too much space? Have you ever thought it would be great if you could move your tank to a new position in your garden, and maybe get a nice slimline model that tucks away neatly? Well now you can. Pat Hegarty and the team in Cosyhome Heating offer a complete oil tank relocation service. They can move the tank a few feet to allow better access for wheelie bins, or further down the garden out of view if that is what you want. Sizes vary from 650 litre upwards with single-skin and bunded options in stock.

Favourite Independent Retailer award for The Filling Station Eco Store

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Galway’s Filling Station Eco Store has just scooped the Favourite Independent Retailer Award in the V Awards run by Wasted.ie. From a shortlist of five nominated stores located throughout Ireland, in a competition where customer votes were the benchmark for success, The Filling Station came out on top.

Smoky coal causing health problems to families on city's east side

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Galway City Council is investigating complaints that a number of householders on the east side are flouting the city’s ban on smoky coal, according to Independent councillor Terry O’Flaherty.

 

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