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Ireland has experienced a dramatic change in its waste management practices in the last decade, according to Bernadette Guinan, deputy managing director, head of waste and resources manager, Fehily Timony & Co. (FTC.).

10th November, 2013

Ireland has experienced a dramatic change in its waste management practices in the last decade, according to Bernadette Guinan, deputy managing director, head of waste and resources manager, Fehily Timony & Co. (FTC.)

''There has been a progressive move away from landfill and a increased focus on reducing waste at source,'' she said.

''The economic downturn has impacted on the generation of certain waste streams such as household, commercial, construction and demolition.''

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