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Implementing strict Covid-19 Safety Protocols

Implementing Strict Covid-19 Safety Protocols All of us at Verde Environmental Group are aware that we are in exceptional times, in which it is absolutely necessary for everyone to contribute towards reducing the spread of the COVID-19.  As a result, we introduced strict protocols with our field staff which enable us to continue to provide our clients with oil spill remediation services ensuring ...
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Verde Expands its Dewatering Services Team

Verde Environmental Consultants is pleased to welcome Aurimas Bliutas to our Dewatering Services team.  Aurimas, who is originally from Lithuania, is a welcome addition to a busy expanding team of dewatering experts. Verde provide dewatering services to construction projects where there is a requirement to pump, treat and dispose of waters offsite, allowing for works to be carried out in a safe...
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Feedback invited on how Ireland is implementing international conventions on environmental law

Feedback invited on how Ireland is implementing international conventions on environmental law and justice, and pollution registers Eamon Ryan TD, Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications today 26 November 2020 has asked the public to give their views on the implementation of two international conventions related to the environment; the Aarhus convention and the PRTR Protocol 20...
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EU on track to meet greenhouse gas emissions and renewable energy 2020 targets

EU on track to meet greenhouse gas emissions and renewable energy 2020 targets The EEA report ‘Trends and projections in Europe 2020 ’ tracks progress the EU’s 27 Member States (plus the United Kingdom) are making towards Europe’s climate and energy targets. The analysis is based on data on greenhouse gas emissions and energy up to 2019, officially reported in 2020, and complemented by the EEA’...
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Booterstown leisure and biodiversity centre refused planning over pollution concerns

Booterstown leisure and biodiversity centre refused planning over pollution concerns Planning permission has been refused for a major new leisure and biodiversity centre on the southside of Dublin Bay close to an important wildlife sanctuary because of its potential environmental impact on EU protected habitats.  Dublin City Council has rejected plans for a five-storey “recreational and interpret...
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EPA publishes State of the Environment Report 2020

EPA publishes State of the Environment Report 2020 Ireland’s Environment - An Integrated Assessment 2020 report provides an assessment of the overall quality of Ireland's environment, the pressures being placed on it and the societal responses to current and emerging environmental issues. This is the seventh state of the environment report published by the EPA since its first such report in ...
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Algal bloom causing concern for water quality on Lough Sheelin

Algal bloom causing concern for water quality on Lough Sheelin Eamon Ross from the LSTPA is calling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) and Cavan County Council to develop and put in place a co-ordinated nutrient management plan for the lough. Such a plan would take account of all effluent sources including from local waste water treatment plants faciliti...
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Insufficient progress making transport fuels more climate friendly, EEA

Insufficient progress making transport fuels more climate friendly, EEA The European Union is behind its objective to reduce the greenhouse gas emission intensity of fuels sold for road transport to 6 % below 2010 levels, as set out in the EU’s 2020 climate and energy targets. According to the EEA’s fuel quality data indicator, the emission intensity decreased by 3.7 % between 2010 and 2018, mos...
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European governments failing to protect citizens from air pollution, EEA Report

European governments failing to protect citizens from air pollution, EEA report Governments across Europe are failing to protect their citizens from toxic air pollution, with most Europeans still breathing filthy air in their cities, according to data. Pollutants from farming, domestic heating and vehicles are beyond the levels needed to ensure breathable air within World Health Organization guid...
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