Seven Industrial Sites Named On EPA’s Latest National Priortity Sites List For Enforcement

  • Seven industrial sites are currently on the EPA National Priority Sites List for Enforcement.
  • Four of the sites are in the agri-food sector.
  • The seven sites represent less than 1% of industrial sites licensed by the EPA yet account for 26% of complaints and 13% of open compliance investigation files.
  • Five sites have come off the previous National Priority Site List following improvements in compliance.

The EPA has published its latest National Priority Sites List for Enforcement.  Seven sites licensed by the EPA are on the list for failing to meet the necessary environmental standards.  These companies face further enforcement action.

The National Priority Sites for Enforcement system was launched by the EPA in July 2017 to drive further environmental compliance at industrial and waste facilities.

Licensed facilities are identified as national priority sites for enforcement using a system developed by the EPA.  Points are allocated to each site based on compliance data such as complaints, incidents and non-compliances over the previous six months.  Sites which exceed a certain threshold become a National Priority Site and are targeted by the EPA for further enforcement action.

The following are the National Priority Sites for October 2017 to March 2018.  The EPA update the National Priority Sites list on a quarterly basis.

Reg. No. Licence Name County
P0812-01 Arrow Group Kildare
P0802-02 Aurivo Dairy Ingredients Limited Roscommon
P0690-03 C & F Automotive Limited Westmeath
P1004-02 Glenmore Biogas Limited Donegal
P0815-02 Lacpatrick Dairies Limited Monaghan
P0180-02 Rosderra Irish Meats Group (Edenderry) Offaly
P0320-02 T & J Standish (Roscrea) Limited Offaly

Further details of the National Priority Sites scoring system and the list of sites can be found on the EPA website.

Enforcement information on all sites can be found under the Licence Search pages at www.epa.ie.

Complaints about licensed sites can be made on-line at www.epa.ie or by contacting the EPA at 053-9160600.

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