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Where does the waste from your black, green and brown bins end up?

The Irish Times 23 Oct 2021
... Management Association which accounts for about 80 per cent of the waste processed in Ireland ... About 800,000 householders throughout Ireland have a compostable waste bin (usually a brown bin) from a total of 1.3 million householders availing of kerbside waste collection services.
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Man given 15-year sentence for raping and beating step daughter

The Irish Times 22 Oct 2021
A man has been given a 15-year sentence for continually beating and twice raping his 12-year-old step daughter ... The man has been on remand in custody since June 2020 ... Rather than observing this he instead was in Ireland “laying waste” to the young girl’s life, she said ... Uncontrollable anger ... Fell down stairs ... .
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Sweden take the points but Ireland’s display offers further hints of progress

The Irish Times 21 Oct 2021
Republic of Ireland 0 Sweden 1 ... Last Monday Ireland manager Vera Pauw promised a tactical surprise for Katie McCabe ... Ireland were blessed ... Lina Hurtig was also booked for tripping Payne with Finn exacting rapid revenge as the yellow cards began to flow but Ireland wasted the moment ... REPUBLIC OF IRELAND.
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Hightown Quarry incinerator is the answer to NI’s waste crisis, says Indaver's Jackie Keaney

Belfast Telegraph 19 Oct 2021
Jackie Keaney, commercial director, Indaver Ireland and UK and also vice president of the Confederation of European Waste to Energy Plants (CEWEP), described the estimated £240m plan as part of a wider waste management strategy ... He added that there is a current and future waste ...
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£240m incinerator planning application has received over 5,000 objections

Belfast Telegraph 18 Oct 2021
Arc21 — a waste management organisation for six Northern Ireland councils is hoping to take waste collected by these councils to the former Hightown quarry site near Mallusk ... Green Party NI leader Clare Bailey said there has been a failure by Stormont to deliver a waste strategy or a clean air strategy for Northern Ireland.
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Consumers Will Throw Away 63.3 Million Tons of Electronic Waste This Year. Where Will It Go?

Children's Health Defense 18 Oct 2021
Toxics from handling e-waste ... But the amount of e-waste we’re creating each year has been on the rise ... Policies to deal with e-waste ... Elizabeth O’Reilly, head of environmental compliance at WEEE Ireland, said a focus of e-waste reduction efforts where she lives has been training a new generation of appliance repair technicians.
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Like all Irish towns, Drumshanbo is going through a post-pandemic reckoning

The Irish Times 18 Oct 2021
the closure of the Bank of Ireland branch in the town ... the closure of the Bank of Ireland branch in the town, one of 88 to go ... How many people have been inoculated in Ireland? Covid-19 ... In recent months, the Coventry supplier sent a container to Holyhead destined for Ireland.
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I wouldn’t have sent off Jamal Lewis, says former FIFA referee Alan Snoddy

Belfast Telegraph 17 Oct 2021
The Maribor-born official sparked controversy last Saturday night in Geneva when he issued a yellow card to Northern Ireland defender Lewis for time wasting in the 37th minute of the crucial World Cup qualifier ... You don’t see players being sent off in the first half of a game for time wasting, and that’s what makes it more unusual.”.
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Depressing return to lazy fireside republicanism will achieve nothing except ensure ‘fourth green field’ remains out of reach

Irish Independent 17 Oct 2021
Most of us (slowly) grew up, as the grim reality of a vicious and ugly conflict in Northern Ireland finally hit home ... The final years of the Troubles represented a particular travesty — all sides wanted a way out, but the delay in doing so cost hundreds of wasted lives. Romantic Ireland really was dead and gone.
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Pattison Food Group acquires Roth's Fresh Markets

Fresh Plaza 15 Oct 2021
SPAR becomes first retailer in Ireland to partner with Too Good To Go. SPAR Ireland has launched a new partnership with pioneering food waste app Too Good To Go, making it the first retail network in Ireland to sign up to what is expected to be a game-changing solution in addressing food waste at the retail level.
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Spar: First retailer in Ireland to partner with Too Good To Go

Fresh Plaza 15 Oct 2021
SPAR becomes first retailer in Ireland to partner with Too Good To Go. SPAR Ireland has launched a new partnership with pioneering food waste app Too Good To Go, making it the first retail network in Ireland to sign up to what is expected to be a game-changing solution in addressing food waste at the retail level.
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Planet or Plastic? Environmental photo exhibition lands in Dublin

RTE 15 Oct 2021
We caught up with campaign leader Lyndsey O'Connell, who has been at the forefront of bringing the exhibition to Ireland, to find out more ... However, issues around litter, the pollution of our seas and fields, and increased amounts of packaging waste are felt equally here in Ireland as well as the rest of the planet.
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Revealed: Over three million tonnes of NI waste exported in five years

Belfast Telegraph 13 Oct 2021
More than 700,000 tonnes of waste were exported from Northern Ireland last year, and in excess of three million tonnes since 2016, it has emerged ... In the last five years, a total of 3,062,531 tonnes of waste origination from Northern Ireland was sent elsewhere ... Councils across Northern Ireland export varying amounts of waste.
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Nitrogen seepage: Action programme fails to protect hundreds of rivers, lakes

The Irish Times 13 Oct 2021
Reform of Irish Water treatment plants to follow unsafe discharges Irish Water approves upgrade of 21 waste water treatments plants Concern over Ireland’s water quality in Government, Minister says ... During proceedings, the Committee was told that of 4,900 water bodies in Ireland - ...
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Nitrogen seepage: ‘Failure to protect’ rivers and lakes

The Irish Times 13 Oct 2021
Reform of Irish Water treatment plants to follow unsafe discharges Irish Water approves upgrade of 21 waste water treatments plants Concern over Ireland’s water quality in Government, Minister says ... Ireland’s dairy industry relies heavily on nitrogen ... However, the derogation is contingent on Ireland demonstrating a robust Nitrates Action Programme.
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