EPA Prosecutes ENVA Ireland Limited

On the 18th December 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency prosecuted ENVA Ireland Limited in Portlaoise District Court, Co. Laois, 

The Company pleaded guilty to:

• Failure to comply with Condition 7.2 of the IED Licence on the 25th June 2015, in that they failed to ensure that odours did not give rise to nuisance at the facility or the immediate area of the facility.

• Failure to comply with Condition 7.2 of the IED Licence on the 4th August 2015, in that they failed to ensure that odours did not give rise to nuisance at the facility or the immediate area of the facility.

• Failure to comply with Condition 7.2 of the IED Licence on the 5th August 2015, in that they failed to ensure that odours did not give rise to nuisance at the facility or the immediate area of the facility.

• Failure to comply with Condition 7.2 of the IED Licence from the period commencing on the 4th of June 2015 and ending on the 18th September 2015, in that they failed to ensure that odours did not give rise to nuisance at the facility or the immediate area of the facility.

 

Judge Catherine Staines convicted the company and imposed fines of €2,000 on each of the four charges.  The Agency costs of €13,053.15 were also agreed.