Dublin food firms fail to pay €2 million in waste oil fees

The chips could be down for food businesses in the capital who have failed to pay over €2 million in licence fees.

21st July, 2012

The chips could be down for food businesses in the capital who have failed to pay over €2 million in licence fees which go towards ensuring that waste oils and fats are properly disposed of.

All businesses that serve food in Dublin, including hotels, restaurants, cafes and pubs, must have special traps for grease and oil. Over the past four years, these have been inspected by a contractor forDublin City Council (DCC).

Since 2008, the...

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