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EPA accused of giving ‘fig leaf’ to Irish Cement

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ignored EU rules by granting exemptions on nitrous oxide emissions to Irish Cement for their manufacturing plant in Mungret, according to the Limerick Against Pollution (LAP) group, who claim that the EPA allowed Irish Cement to continue emitting nitrous oxides, as if the level was still 800mg per cubic metre, when the EU directive had reduced it to 50...
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Environmental licenses required for Irish data centres

Many activities relating to the operation of a data centre need both planning permission and an environmental permit. These regimes are distinct and separate. Planning permission deals with the entitlement to construct infrastructure and use it for a particular purpose, but does not typically deal with operational requirements. This article provides an overview to some of the environmental lice...
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IPC Licence Holders – Are You Compliant?

Avoid appearing on the EPA's National Priority Sites List. Verde Environmental Consultants works with our EPA licenced clients to achieve compliance according to their licence conditions in the most economical way possible. We have a proven track record of successfully reducing many of our clients’ expenses in this area by securing reductions in monitoring requirements and by the easing of lice...
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