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“This expert-led report, Expanding Ireland’s Marine Protected Area Network, comes at a critical time for Ireland. Decades of poor planning and under investment in our marine and coastal areas have resulted in unsustainable outcomes for our marine environment and the coastal communities that depend on it.”
Catch up with what was discussed at the latest Ballina Municipal District meeting
In a statement issued this week Irish Water, working in partnership with Westmeath County Council, is progressing the Athlone Main Drainage Sewer network upgrade project to safeguard the environment and provide for future growth and development in the town.
In its recent publication, Wastewater Treatment in Galway, An Taisce reminded us that until the wastewater treatment plant on Mutton Island came into operation in 2004, this city had historically allowed 6,000,000 litres of untreated raw sewage a day to flow out into Galway Bay, a Special Area of Conservation.
Businesses and shoppers in Galway are to benefit from Irish Water upgrade works to one of the oldest sewers in the country. The upgrade will address odour and blockage issues that have resulted in significant disruption for businesses and customers on some of Galway’s busiest streets.
Ballina comes in the right top ten list when it comes to risk of automation
A city councillor is appealing to the public to keep dogs and horses away from Ballyloughnane Beach in a bid to protect the water from contamination.
Irish Water will submit a planning application to the Galway County Council next week for the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant and pumping station and associated pipelines at Mountkelly, Glenamaddy, as part of the upgrade to the Glenamaddy sewerage scheme.
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.