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Visitors pledge the oath of allegiance at the New York Irish Center’s Christmas lunch. Photograph: Lauren Crothers

It’s a baltic afternoon in late December, but the windows of the New York Irish Centre (NYIC) have fogged over from the warmth within. Plates heavy w(...)

A view of the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant in Dublin. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Irish Water has said there remains a risk of overflow of wastewater into Dublin Bay, following the failure of two pumps at the Ringsend Wastewater Tre(...)

A law that would reduce speed limits to 30km/h in all residential areas in the Dublin City Council region has been approved by the council’s transport committee.  File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins.

A law that would reduce speed limits to 30km/h in all residential areas in the Dublin City Council region has been approved by the council’s transport(...)

A discharge into Dublin Bay from the Poolbeg Ringsend water treatment facility in late February. Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy/Dublin City Shots

If there are major delays in building a large waste water treatment facility in north Co Dublin, it will add to difficulties at Irish Water’s overload(...)

Poolbeg Ringsend water treatment facility in February. Photograph:  Eoin O’Shaughnessy/Dublin City Shots

It is by far the largest sewage treatment works in the State, catering for 40 per cent of waste water generated in Ireland, yet for many years Irish W(...)

Irish Water said the Clonshaugh plant was necessary because the Ringsend facility is operating at over capacity.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Campaigners opposing a wastewater treatment plant in North Dublin intend to mount a legal challenge against the development after it was granted permi(...)

Poolbeg Ringsend water treatment facility was built for a capacity of 1.64 million people but it has to cope with demand that can reach 2.3 million. Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy / Dublin City Shots

The pace at which Irish Water is fixing deficiencies in waste water treatment infrastructure “is too slow”, as raw sewage continues to be released int(...)

Gerald Fleming has been giving talks about climate disruption since the mid-1980s. Photograph: Midas Productions

Scientists have failed to persuade the world on the case for radical action to address a warming planet. With some despondency, weather forecaster Ger(...)

Key Waste, which is headquartered in Walkinstown in Dublin, may be worth up to €50 million

Key Waste, one of the State’s largest waste firms, reported a 16 per cent increase in turnover to €20.7 million last year. The company is reportedly t(...)

Charlotte O’Kelly, Co Founder and MD and Dan Maher, Chairman of Techworks Marine

The CoastEye Mini-Buoy is a small, portable buoy which contains a number of sensors and can easily be deployed in coastal environments for a few month(...)

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