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CHAMPAGNE corks were popping in Ballydoyle stables last night and across the wider Golden Vale as campaigners celebrated the decision by South Tipperary County Council to refuse planning permission for a controversial animal waste plant.
Wed, 15 Aug, 2007
ILLEGAL waste lagoons which the European Court ordered closed 27 months ago are still in operation.
Thu, 19 Jul, 2007
AN Bord Pleanála has turned down a controversial plan to build Ireland’s first anaerobic waste digester, much to the delight of a small community in Co Cork.
Fri, 23 Mar, 2007
SCORES of objectors to Ireland’s first commercial anaerobic waste digester are expected to pack a hotel in North Cork later this month when An Bord Pleanála holds an oral hearing into the proposed €75 million project.
Wed, 08 Nov, 2006
PLANS to create Ireland’s first commercial anaerobic waste digester have been turned down by Cork County Council.
Thu, 22 Jun, 2006
DRINKING water in a Co Cork community could have been contaminated by illegal waste lagoons, which the European Court ordered should be closed 14 months ago.
Tue, 20 Jun, 2006
THE EU Commissioner for the Environment is investigating why this country has failed to remove all waste from, and fill in, illegal lagoons, despite being ordered to do so 13 months ago by the European Court.
Tue, 30 May, 2006
THE Cork county manager has said he will personally investigate claims that an illegal waste dump in North Cork is still operating, more than a year after the European Court ordered its closure.
Wed, 24 May, 2006
FOR 15 years residents living in an isolated part of North Cork battled to have an illegal waste site closed down.
Thu, 04 May, 2006
INDAVER, the company licensed to operate a toxic waste incinerator in Ringaskiddy, has no plans to increase the tonnage it will burn there, despite seeking an expansion of operations at its planned Co Meath facility.
Thu, 05 Jan, 2006
A SUBSIDIARY of Ireland’s largest private waste disposal company is planning to build a €75 million organic digester in North Cork, which will be capable of biodegrading 250,000 tonnes of waste annually.
Tue, 06 Dec, 2005