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New levies on the horizon?

Catherine Joyce O'Caollai 2022-07-15 |

Legislative proposals are currently being discussed at the national and EU level which could result in the introduction of new levies associated with...

Meath Opening Hours Christmas 2020


Thank you to all our customers for your continued support and wishing you and your families a very merry Christmas and peaceful new year.


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


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?


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.


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


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


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

Arc21 project update


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

Rivenhall project update


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


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

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