Thursday September 24, 2020

Former steel plant waste dump has no permit

The government has told the European Commission that there is no permit for a waste dump on the site of the former Irish Steel plant at Haulbowline in Co Cork.

25th September, 2010

The government has told the European Commission that there is no permit for a waste dump on the site of the former Irish Steel plant at Haulbowline in Co Cork.

The EU commission has been investigating whether the site complies with EU law after it received a complaint about the dump in 2009. The steel works closed in 2001.

In response to a European Commission request for information, the Irish government confirmed that, during a site clean-up...

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