Enva awarded waste management contract for ESB Power Generation


Enva Ireland Ltd has been awarded a contract for the management of waste in ESB power generating stations throughout Ireland.

The contract includes management of hazardous waste, non-hazardous waste and waste electrical equipment.

As part of the contract, Enva will also provide emergency response services, associated on-site training, management of documentation in accordance with the Waste Management Act 1996 and subsequent regulations, assistance in the development of best practice waste management strategies and codification of waste in accordance with EWC regulations.

Commenting on the contract, Anne Fitzpatrick, Divisional Director for the Enva Industrial & Automotive division said - “We are delighted that such a well-regarded company as ESB Power Generation has chosen Enva as a suitable partner for waste management services.

"Enva has over 35 years experience operating to the highest standards within the Irish environmental services industry. During this time, we have invested significantly in ensuring that we have the most appropriate resources - both in terms if infrastructure and people - and we are looking forward to providing ESB Power Generation with the same extremely high level and best value service, which we pride ourselves on.”

Part of the Environmental Division of DCC plc, Enva was established over 35 years ago when Atlas Waste Oil was set up in Portlaoise to collect and recycle waste oil - primarily from the automotive industry. Since then the company has significantly expanded its capabilities - both organically and through acquisition - across a wide variety of waste management and environmental issues.

Today, Enva Ireland Ltd operates four EPA-licensed facilities in the Republic of Ireland (Portlaoise, Shannon, Cork and Dublin) and operates a specialised divisional structure, whereby each division focuses on a certain business area and has its own identity within Enva. Enva also has operations in both Northern Ireland and Britain.

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