Bottled water firm to create 90 jobs in Clare

A bottled water company has announced plans to create 90 jobs in Co Clare as part of an expansion of its operations in the coming years.

Clare Spring Water, which currently employs 10 people in Lissycasey, says the new jobs will be created over the next three years.

The company plans to introduce Ireland's first biodegradable and compostable plastic bottle and says most of the new jobs will be created at a new manufacturing and recycling facility.

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