The EPA’s 2013 Report on Waste Enforcement has called for an improvement in standards at waste facilities. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Half of the legal actions taken by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2013 were against waste facilities, with fines and costs totalling (...)

 Brian Buckley, a director of Greyhound Recycling and Recovery. File Photograph: Collins Courts

Waste management firm Greyhound Recycling has been fined €14,000 for failing to prevent emissions of foul odours from its main storage facility.The En(...)

 Greyhound strikers  and  supporters outside the High Court in  Dublin earlier this month: the final vote was 52 in favour and 15 against the deal with one spoiled vote. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

The 14-week dispute between Greyhound workers and the company has ended with the workers agreeing to go back to work. Siptu members employed by Gre(...)

Striking Greyhound workers and supporters marched from Liberty Hall to City Hall last night. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Workers at Greyhound Recycling have voted to accept a Labour Relations Commission invitation to enter talks with representatives of the company. Trade(...)

Pat Dunne, a United Left councillor, leaving the Four Courts yesterday after a High Court action. Photograph: Paddy Cummins/

Greyhound Recycling has been granted an injunction in the High Court restraining three Dublin politicians from blockading and interfering with the c(...)

Judge said the matter was a public health issue and was particularly serious. Photograph: David Sleator

Greyhound Recycling was yesterday granted an injunction restraining Dublin councillor Gino Kenny from blockading the company’s bin lorries collecting (...)

 Greyhound Recycling said it has recently outsourced the debts of 104,000 accounts which remain unpaid to a debt collection agency.

More than 100,000 Dubliners can expect to receive letters from debt collectors for failing to pay Dublin City Council bin charges.In excess of €9 mil(...)