If the permission was quashed with no remittal, a fresh planning application for the incinerator would be required to continue. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

An Bord Pleanála will not appeal a successful High Court challenge by an environmental group over the €160 million incinerator in Ringaskiddy, Cork Ha(...)

An artist’s interpretation of a planned incinerator in Cork

An Bord Pleanála has confirmed it has set a new date for a decision on whether to grant planning permission for a €160 million municipal and hazardous(...)

Chase supporters protest outside a Bord Pleanála oral hearing in Carrigaline for an incinerator by Indaver in Ringaskiddy. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

A company proposing the construction of an incinerator at Ringaskiddy in Cork says Irish waste management policy has changed in recent years and the (...)

Artists impression of the proposed Indaver facility in Ringaskiddy.

The managing director of the company behind plans for a €160 million incinerator for Cork Harbour has insisted the facility is necessary to handle Cor(...)

Staff and students from the National Maritime College of Ireland marched with locals from Ringaskiddy Community Centre to the site of the proposed Indaver Ireland incinerator, adjacent to the college (top centre of image). File photograph: Google Street View

Locals living in the Cork Harbour area joined students and staff at the National Maritime College of Ireland on Thursday to protest over plans by wast(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed waste-to-energy facility

Campaigners against a €160 million twin incinerator project in Cork Harbour have criticised waste management company Indaver after EPA figures showed (...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed waste-to-energy facility

The site for a proposed €160 million twin incinerator site in Cork Harbour is less likely to be subject to coastal erosion because it is not exposed t(...)