Boyne Waste receive Business All-Star Accreditation for a second year.
We are delighted to receive Business All-Star Accreditation for a second year.
Our team has been very busy over the last 8 weeks working with the All- Ireland Business Foundation to achieve our Business All-Star Accreditation Certificate.
As it is our second time going through the process, we knew the standards we needed to upkeep to be accredited again.
We are very proud to have accomplished this outstanding
achievement as it recognises the continued hard work and dedication of our team in providing a best-in-class service to our customers.
Business All-Star accredited companies are defined as; progressive, indigenous Irish businesses which meet the highest standards of verified performance, trust, and customer-centricity. In achieving this accreditation, we join a unique group of businesses and we believe this continues to demonstrate our commitment to improving our service to
our customers and suppliers.
Works progress on the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project
Irish Water has announced the signing of a contract for the first facility in Ireland to recover phosphorous from wastewater, as part of the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project.
The upgrade of the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant is essential in order to enable future housing and commercial development and help to ensure that Dublin is able to sustain continued growth in the medium term. The project will deliver, on a phased basis, the capacity to sustainably treat the wastewater for a population equivalent of 2.4 million while achieving the standards of the Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive.
The signing of this contract marks an important milestone in this ongoing Upgrade Project. Phosphorous is a valuable finite resource and this facility will enable it to be recovered and processed for use as a fertilizer in agriculture. The provision of a phosphorus recovery process is a key element of the project strategy to achieve compliance with the Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive.
The Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant, which treats approximately 40% of Ireland’s public wastewater, is currently overloaded and is not in compliance with the EU’s Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive.