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The Environmental Protection Agency’s director general Dr Mary Kelly has said that compliance with a European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on Ireland’s water standards will be one of the agency’s top priorities, following its 43 per cent funding boo

8th December, 2007

The Environmental Protection Agency’s director general Dr Mary Kelly has said that compliance with a European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on Ireland’s water standards will be one of the agency’s top priorities, following its 43 per cent funding boost in last week’s budget.

Kelly said Ireland was not complying with two directives and was subject to action from the ECJ, but it was ‘‘determined’’ to achieve compliance...

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