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Licensed facilities are identified as priority sites for enforcement using a scoring system developed by the EPA. File photograph: Getty Images

Five of the nine sites on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) latest “name and shame” list of most non-compliant sites among companies it regu(...)

In the EPA’s latest National Priority Sites List for Enforcement, five sites are listed for persistent failure to meet the necessary environmental standards, four of which are from the agri-food sector

The Irish food and drink industry had the poorest environmental compliance record of any sector last year, according to the Environmental Protection A(...)

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(...)

 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(...)

The Environmental Protection Agency has for the first time publicly named the worst offenders for breaching environment al laws

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has for the first time publicly named the worst offenders for breaching environmental laws. The new initiat(...)

The food processor Arrow Group has topped the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ranking for numbers of odour complaints in 2014. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The food processor Arrow Group has topped the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ranking for numbers of odour complaints in 2014. Arrow Group,(...)

Silence in the slaughterhouse: protests at 14 of Ireland’s largest meat processing plants were intended to put the squeeze on the biggest family-run firms in the sector

Like Neville Chamberlain waving a copy of the Munich Agreement with Germany in 1938, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney appears to believe he has (...)

The EPA has warned about the levels of nitrogen dioxide in the air in Irish cities which is mainly produced by engines and power plants. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Ireland falls below strict World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines on air pollution for four potentially harmful emissions.As a report revealed 12 (...)

The Labour Court has recommended that 104 workers, set to lose their jobs at a Co Tipperary food processing plant, be paid aggregate lump sum totallin(...)

One of Arrow Group Ltd’s subsidiaries, QK Meats, apologised last  May for its handling of the horsemeat scandal, which saw profits decline.

The horsemeat scandal hit profits last year at one of the State’s largest food processors, the Co Waterford-based Arrow Group. Pretax profits at Arrow(...)

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