Eco News

Positive Outlook For Irish Agrifood

Positive Outlook For Irish Agrifood If Sustainable Long Term Investment Can Be Achieved. Top food industry executives, banking strategists, and farming interests are gathered in Dublin today (Clyde Court Hotel, Lansdowne Road) to explore sustainable investment options for the future growth and development of Ireland's … [Read more...]

Aramark Environmental Services Wins

ARAMARK Environmental Services, the environmental and energy management division of ARAMARK, has been awarded the contract to provide energy upgrade works to nine local councils in the East Border region of Ireland. … [Read more...]

Shower Water and Sustainable Living

Sustainable living is often discussed in length without truly making an impact on the normal day to day person. We live in a world where waste plays a major role without us realising it. … [Read more...]

Ireland Year In Review

The quality of Ireland's environment is central to our economic recovery, to the creation of jobs, and to the health and well-being of the nation according to Laura Burke, EPA Director General, speaking at the release of the EPA's Review of 2011. … [Read more...]

Ireland Below EU 2010 Limits

Three Of Four Transboundary Air Pollutants Emissions Of Nitrogen Oxide Under the National Emission Ceilings Directive, Ireland was required to limit emissions of four transboundary air pollutants in 2010. Provisional figures from the EPA show emissions of three of these pollutants (sulphur dioxide, … [Read more...]

Irish Butterflies Face Extinction

Ireland is home to 33 species of indigenous butterflies, 18 per cent* of these native Irish butterflies face extinction with one species Mountain Ringlet already extinct. This weekend (28th and 29th May) Dublin Zoo hosts the fifth annual Native Species Weekend which celebrates and educates about the wildlife on our … [Read more...]