Indaver celebrates achieving the KeepWell Mark, a recognition of keeping employee well-being at the forefront of company policy.

2020-04-02

We are the first Irish waste management company to achieve accreditation for our commitment to employee wellness, safety and health. The KeepWell Mark...

Waste policy overview – what does 2019 tell us about future waste policy?

2019-12-16

The government published the Climate Action Plan during the summer, listing 183 actions to meet Ireland’s EU climate and energy targets, reduce its...

Indaver has a number of projects in the planning and development process.

2019-12-16

Here is an update on the status of these proposed facilities.

Could waste to energy fuel refuse collection vehicles? Hydrogen plans for Meath Waste to Energy

2019-12-16

In early 2020 Indaver will lodge a planning application to install a 9MW electrolyser and hydrogen refuelling station at Meath Waste to Energy. This...

Our Waste Treatment Guide visual summary

2019-03-29

A new Waste Treatment guide has been prepared by Indaver for easy reference.

Arc21 project update

2019-03-29

Further Environmental Information (FEI) was recently submitted to Northern Ireland’s Department for Infrastructure (DFI) to allow a fresh planning...

Rivenhall project update

2019-03-29

Indaver is working with developer and land owner Gent Fairhead Company (GFC) to develop a 595,000 tonne waste-to-energy plant in the proposed...

Indaver – Winner at Drogheda Business Excellence Awards 2018

2019-03-29

Indaver operates a CSR policy to support the groups outside the rigid locational criteria of the fund. We have supported many local initiatives and...

Resource Recovery Centre Ringaskiddy project update

2019-03-29

The proposed Resource Recovery Centre in Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork, will submit an application for a waste licence to the Environmental Protection Agency...

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