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Solid Fuel Register

list of registered solid fuel producers, valid from 1st November 2022 to 31st August 2023*, May 2023

Year: 2023

Cigire I (Leibhéal 3) – Talmhaíocht

Uimhir Phoist: 000317 , May 2023

Year: 2023

Sannann an cúigiú Plean Gníomhaíochta Níotráití (NAP) agus na Rialacháin um Dhea-Chleachtas Talmhaíochta 2022 (S.I. 113 de 2022) ról forfheidhmithe leathnaithe don EPA maidir le maoirsiú iniúchtaí talmhaíochta na nÚdarás Áitiúil.

Inspector I (Level 3) – Agriculture

Post Number: 000317, May 2023

Year: 2023

The fifth Nitrates Action Plan (NAP) and the Good Agricultural Practice Regulations 2022 (S.I. 113 of 2022) assign an expanded enforcement role to the EPA in relation to the oversight of Local Authority agricultural inspections.

Ireland's Air Pollutant Emissions Cover Page 2023

Ireland's Air Pollutant Emissions 2021 (1990-2030)

Year: 2023

Latest report (2023) on Ireland's National Emission Reduction Commitment Directive (NECD) emissions. Five main air pollutants, NOx, SO2, NH3, NMVOC and PM2.5

Terms and conditions for using LEAP

Year: 2023

Terms and conditions for using LEAP

EPA Water Conference 2023 - Programme

The speakers for #EPAWater2023 have been announced. , May 2023

Year: 2023

LR076633 permit reg S0012-03 Commencement Notice Received date 19May2023

Year: 2023

LR076633 permit reg S0012-03 Commencement Notice Received date 19May2023

LR076622 permit reg S0012-03 Commencement Notice Received date 18May2023

Year: 2023

LR076622 permit reg S0012-03 Commencement Notice Received date 18May2023

LR076520 permit reg S0012-03 Commencement Notice Received date 12May2023

Year: 2023

LR076520 permit reg S0012-03 Commencement Notice Received date 12May2023

Register of Hydrometric Stations in Ireland 2023

A list of active and inactive hydrometric stations in Ireland, May 2023

Year: 2023

This is a list of active and inactive hydrometric stations for various organisations as part of the Hydrometric Programme

Oifigeach Eolaíochta I (Leibhéal 3) – Aer Comhthimpeallach

Uimhir Phoist: 000316 , May 2023

Year: 2023

Comhlíonfaidh an t-iarrthóir rathúil ról Oifigeach Eolaíochta I (Leibhéal 3) Aer Comhthimpeallach.

Scientific Officer I (Level 3) - Ambient Air

Post No. 000316, May 2023

Year: 2023

The successful candidate will fulfil the role of Scientific Officer I (Level 3) Ambient Air.

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Villierstown Audit 30/03/2023

Year: 2023

Audit report in respect of an audit carried out at Villierstown public drinking water supply on 30/03/2023

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Tallow Audit 09/03/2023

Year: 2023

Audit report in respect of an audit carried out at Tallow public drinking water supply on 09/03/2023

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Bathing water quality in Ireland in 2022

Year: 2023

This is a report about bathing water quality in Ireland during 2022.

Guidelines for the Inactivation and Disposal of GM Waste

Year: 2023

All GMM contaminated liquid and solid waste, and GMOs including GM plants and animals, must be inactivated by validated means prior to disposal. These guidelines set out the requirements for inactivation and disposal of the different types of GM waste.

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Horse & Jockey Audit 15/03/2023

Year: 2023

Audit report in respect of an audit carried out at Horse & Jockey public drinking water supply on 15/03/2023

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Glengar Audit 15/03/2023

Year: 2023

Audit report in respect of an audit carried out at Glengar public drinking water supply on 15/03/2023

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Research 432: Valorisation Alternatives to Landfill for Organic Residues

Authors: Jessica Graça, Brian Murphy and Brian Kelleher, May 2023

Year: 2023

The EPA’s latest data (November 2022) show that municipal waste generation increased by over 440,000 tonnes in the last 5 years, and now amounts to 3.2 million tonnes. The VALOR study looked at how the resource value of the mechanically separated organic fraction of municipal solid waste (MS-OFMSW) can be maximised. The study also characterised the organic fractions of municipal solid waste (MSW).