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Deserted streets in Dublin’s Temple Bar: insurance companies say they could face a bill of between €10 billion and €20 billion if they have to compensate businesses with notifiable disease cover for loss of earnings during the coronavirus crisis. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Reuters

Insurance companies say they could face a bill of between €10 billion and €20 billion if they have to compensate businesses with notifiable disease co(...)

David Tobin, renewable energy director of Beauparc, at the Panda waste processing facility in Ballymount, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued its first licence to process large volumes of Irish construction and demolition waste. The licence, iss(...)

An aerial view of the Huntstown lands shows their proximity to the successful Northwest Business Park.

Joint agents Lisney and JLL are guiding a price of €5.25 million for an 11.21 hectares (27.71 acre) site with potential for the development of industr(...)

Energia’s new bioenergy plant will be fully operational by the end of 2019. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/SON Photographic

Energia has agreed a €44 million debt finance package with AIB for its bioenergy plant under construction in north Co Dublin. The energy provider an(...)

Tomasz Zdejszy pictured leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday after a High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A factory operative who suffered a severe ankle injury when he fell to the ground as he tried to free a trapped bin has been awarded €224,000 damages(...)

Charlestown Shopping Centre in north Dublin has the benefit of a current grant of planning permission for 247 apartments on adjoining land.

Businessman Eamon Watters, owner of Panda Waste, one of Ireland’s largest waste collection and recycling companies, has acquired a substantial stake i(...)

People and businesses across the European Union produce 58 million tonnes of plastic every year; more than 40 per cent of that total comes from packaging alone. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

For many, the image that brought the crisis home came when David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II documentary showed an albatross unwittingly feeding its(...)

Households across the State will “inevitably” have to pay to have their green waste recycled, the head of the Government’s price watchdog for the indu(...)

Up to 97% of Irish plastic, including plastic bottles, went to China because of a lack of processing capacity at home.

Ireland will not be able to avoid the aftershock of China banning imports of plastic materials and other waste for recycling. The ban, due to come i(...)

In recent days representatives of the waste recycling and paper industries in the UK have described the Chinese move as “draconian”. Photograph: Getty Images

China has confirmed it is to stop taking many types of recycling material by the end of the year, posing a major difficulty for Ireland and other EU c(...)

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