Composting standard aims to boost jobs

Composting standard aims boost jobs

26th September, 2011

Composting standard aims boost jobs

Up to 1,450 jobs could be created due a new composting standard, according Phil Hogan, Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government.

This new standard is designed to promote the development of the composting industry and to create markets for compost as well as providing purchasing guidance for consumers and businesses, according to a statement. I.S. 441 is a joint initiative between the Department of the Environment, Community and Local...

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