Tuesday June 2, 2020

Waste giant to turn rubbish into new materials and products

Beauparc Utilities, the country’s largest waste collector, plans to spend millions on a R&D centre with the aim of making products from discarded materials

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
24th May, 2020
Beauparc owns a total of 9 hectares of land at Huntstown. Less than a third of the site is due to be used for the R&D centre

The country's largest waste collector is planning to build a large, multimillion-euro research and development (R&D) facility to pilot new ways to reuse certain discarded materials.

A firm connected to Beauparc Utilities, the group behind the Greenstar and Panda waste collection businesses, has applied for planning permission to construct a single-storey 5,000 sq m R&D centre in Huntstown, near Dublin Airport.

The facility would be used to pilot new circular economy solutions...

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