Arrabawn

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Dermot Hughes and Michael Murray of NVP Energy, which has won a national Energy Globe award for the installation of its wastewater treatment technology at Arrabawn Dairies in Kilconnell, Co Galway.

The 2017 Irish Times Innovation Awards category winner NVP Energy has just won a highly prestigious national Energy Globe award for its unique carbon-(...)

The Irish Cement facility in Castlemungret has returned to the national priority site list following an incident in December which resulted in the release of dust outside the site.

Eight industrial and waste companies have been named by the EPA on its latest list of worst offenders for breaching environmental regulations. Four o(...)

Saoirse Ronan featured in a Bord Bia advertising campaign for Origin Green

The Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) has called on the Government to scrap its “Origin Green” certification scheme on the basis that “some of the country’s (...)

 Companies giving rise to persistent odour, noise or dust emissions problems are named and shamed by the EPA.

Seven industrial and waste companies have been named by the Environmental Protection Agency on its latest list of worst offenders for breaching enviro(...)

Michael Murray, NVP Energy managing director. Photograph: Conor McCabe

NVP Energy’s technology turns the wastewater from industrial and other processes into an asset by cleaning it and creating gas for use in combined hea(...)

A man seriously injured in an incident at a creamery is stretchered to a helicopter before being airlifted to Cork University Hospital.

A man has been seriously injured after sustained burns to his body at a creamery in Co Tipperary on Friday night. The man was airlifted to Cork Unive(...)

Manager of Ballinasloe’s local enterprise centre, Lyn Donnelly, who has called for more support for start-up businesses, said: “I’d be in favour of any supports for start-ups and helping existing businesses.” Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Budget 2017 has been met with mixed reaction in Ballinasloe in east Galway - a town showing little signs of a return to pre-recessionary times. The t(...)

The Starrs have run a business from this premises since 1907 and Joe jnr and his wife Angela Kennedy-Starr now run the place and live over the shop

Nenagh is a big agricultural town. Historically a market town, it came into its own when Co Tipperary was divided into two ridings. Grange, a few mile(...)

Food and dairy group, Glanbia has lost part of a contract to supply own-label milk to grocery giant Tesco. The Kilkenny-based group, the country’s (...)

Milk is one of the ever-present staples in the Irish home and the average family will spend more than €600 on the stuff between now and the end of the(...)

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