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04 Oct 2022

Louth County Council spends almost €220k on diesel sludge clean up

Louth County Council

Louth County Council spends almost €220k on diesel sludge clean up

Louth County Council spends almost €220k on diesel sludge clean up

Louth County Council spent approximately €219,705.79 in the first 11 months of 2021, for the clean up and disposal of 176 Intermediate bulk containers (IBC's) of diesel sludgedumped in the county.

A total of 6 IBC's of diesel sludge were recovered in November 2021. The approximate cost of cleanup and disposal of the material is €7,489.97.

In 2020 a total of 160 IBC’s were dealt with by the Council, at a cost of approximately €199,769.

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