Environmental Protection Agency starts legal action against Irish Cement

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Ireland: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has started legal action against Irish Cement’s for alleged breaches of its operating licence at its Limerick plant. A court summons is related to dust ‘blowouts’ from the plant, according to the Limerick Leader newspaper. The case is scheduled to come before the Limerick District Court in early March 2018. The EPA investigated dust emissions from the plant in April 2017.

Last modified on 06 December 2017

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