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BHSL agrees €1.5m French deal for its waste-to-energy technology

Irish waste-to-energy business BHSL has agreed a new €1.5m deal to sell its technology in France. BHSL is to sell its fluidised bed combustion (FBC) technology to Liger Bioconcept, a new joint venture between bio-energy company Liger, algae specialist and

Posted in Energy, Environmental, News, Recycling, Waste Management

Biogas ‘overlooked’ compared to other renewable energies

Calls are mounting for a biogas industry to be rolled out nationwide in a bid to bolster farm incomes and reduce Ireland’s agricultural carbon footprint. Tonight (Thursday, December 13) on episode 15 of FarmLand, Sean Finan, the CEO of the Irish

Posted in Emissions, Energy, Environmental, Featured News, News, Waste Management

Dublin City Council planning €40m district heating scheme

  Plans for a €40 million district heating system run on hot water supplied from the Poolbeg incinerator are being advanced by Dublin City Council. Council chief executive Owen Keegan said about 50,000 homes could be heated using water heated

Posted in Energy, Featured News, Waste Management

World Firsts for Irish Glass Recycling Company as Glassco opens new state-of-the-art €2 million facility in Naas

Glassco Recycling, Ireland’s largest glass recycling company, has made a significant investment and opened the world’s first recycling plant in Naas dedicated to recycling non-transparent glass waste. Glassco Recycling has invested €2 million in opening the new facility which will

Posted in Featured News, Recycling, Waste Management

WEEE Generation: Conference Marks Inaugural E-Waste Day in Dublin

Launching today’s Weee Generation Conference Marking the Inaugural E-Waste Day in Dublin are Maria Banti European Commission DG Environment, Leo Donovan CEO of Weee Ireland and Dr Claire Penny IBM Ireland WEEE Generation: Conference Marks Inaugural E-Waste Day in Dublin

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Veolia to trial electric bin lorries powered by energy-from-waste

Waste management firm Veolia’s vehicle fleet is set to include two fully-electric bin lorries, which will be charged with power derived from waste collected by the company. Green power for charging the lorries will come from the Energy Recovery Facility

Posted in Environmental, Featured News, Waste Management

Waterford firm cleans up

WITH technology that facilitates pay-as-you-go waste collection, Waterford company, Kollect, is aiming to become the Uber of the waste industry. The 18-month start-up has created a booking engine to provide an on-demand service to those who don’t need yearly contracts

Posted in Environmental, News, Waste Management


Plasterboard manufacturer Gyproc today announced Ireland’s first plasterboard recycling service. This landmark new service which is being offered to its construction customers around the country was launched by Minister for Regional and Rural Affairs, Heather Humphreys, at the company’s facility

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Southern Region’s Waste Management positive report card

The regional body that promotes best practice in waste management has issued a positive progress report for the Southern Region.                                          

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New Multi-Agency Set Up To Tackle Waste Crime in East Midlands Region

Dublin City Council is responsible for co-ordinating and overseeing the enforcement of waste regulation in the East Midlands Region (EMWERLA). As the lead authority for the Region and the nominated authority for the National Trans-Frontier Shipment Office (NTFSO), the City

Posted in Waste Management