NI Faces Potential Waste Crisis Unless £240m arc21 Residual Waste Infrastructure is Delivered


NI Faces Potential Waste Crisis Unless £240m arc21 Residual Waste Infrastructure is Delivered

03 June 2021

Independent market report highlights significant waste treatment capacity gap even if arc21 facility is delivered and ambitious 65% recycling targets are achieved.


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NI Covid Pandemic Waste Figures Highlight Urgent Need for Robust Integrated Waste Management Infrastructure


23 April 2021

The latest Local Authority Collected (LAC) Waste statistics from DAERA is the third quarter of data since the covid pandemic began and highlights the growing challenge to manage Northern Ireland’s waste sustainably.


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Integrating the NI Waste Journey


Integrating the NI Waste Journey

13 January 2021


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Indaver shares arc21’s concerns re an impending ‘waste crisis’ in NI as arc21 Corporate Plan is published.


Indaver shares arc21’s concerns re an impending ‘waste crisis’ in NI as arc21 Corporate Plan is published.

03 December 2020

Indaver welcomes publication of the latest Corporate Plan from arc21 and shares its concerns re an impending ‘waste crisis’ in NI.


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Further Environmental Information Submission


10 November 2020

As part of the planning application (ref. T/2014/0114/F) for a residual waste treatment project at Hightown Quarry, near Mallusk, the Becon consortium has recently submitted Further Environmental Information to the Department for Infrastructure (DFI) Strategic Planning Division.


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