Environmental Sustainability

Kaleidoscope sets an example in fight against festival waste

The inaugural Kaleidoscope festival took place over the weekend and it’s already made the list as firstly, Ireland’s first family festival, it is now the example we should emulate when it comes to waste. Festival season is rife around the country, from summer-concert series’ to three-day camping and sadly with flags and festivities comes waste…

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#FocusOnRecycling

Irish packaging recycling scheme, Repak, and leading waste operator, Panda, have today announced a new joint initiative to support Focus Ireland in its efforts to assist families, young people and children at risk or affected by homelessness. The initiative, aimed at all commercial businesses in Dublin’s city centre, will encourage offices, shops, restaurants, bars, hotels…

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Beauparc to be the sole fuel supplier to new Skelton Grange EfW Facility

Wheelabrator, an energy from waste specialist has announced they are taking over plans to develop a new energy recovery facility in Skelton Grange. The site already has planning consent to process 300,000 tonnes, with an application submitted to vary the capacity to 410,000 tonnes. Project completion is planned for mid-2020. Paul Green, Vice President of…

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Ireland’s First Electric Material Handler

  Panda, a Beauparc Company are proud to have delivered its first electric Fuchs MHL831. This electric material handler is the first of its kind in Ireland. This new machine is being put to work in our Cappagh processing facility where it will handle and sort recyclable & construction materials from over 30,000 businesses. With…

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Littleton Composting Facility

The Beauparc Utility Group recently acquired Littleton Composting Ltd. in Tipperary. Littleton Composting is the biggest in-vessel composting facility in the Republic of Ireland, processing 45,000 tonnes per annum. Opened in 2010, the facility accepts non-hazardous biodegradable wastes from which it produces Class 1 quality compost, a valuable soil improver. The facility predominately accepts typical ‘brown…

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Lagan Eco-Fuel Centre

Beauparc has been awarded a 10-year contract to provide Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) to the Lagan cement facility in Kinnegad, Co. Meath. Beauparc’s €5M investment into the project will guarantee 80,000 tonnes of the renewable fuel resource to Lagans per year. The joint venture guarantees Lagan with critical resources and further promotes Beauparc’s position within…

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Dublin SRF Depot

Beauparc wish to announce that Panda and Greenstar are building a new solid recovered fuel (SRF) facility in Cappagh which will put them at the forefront of waste recovery technology. Work on the new state of the art facility, the first of its kind in Ireland, began in late 2017 and is expected to be…

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