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Taken to task

Like other EU member states, the Republic of Ireland is grappling with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive. Although the nation shares many characteristics with other countries working towards implementing the directive it does have some peculiarities that need to be ironed out. These include both collection and treatment issues: the Republics civic amenity sites seem to have a negative impact on the amount of waste collected while the majority of ...

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