No Waste Of Jobs in Limerick

A Northern waste treatment company has announced it is to create 50 jobs at a new facility in Limerick.

The Re3 Group says it plans to invest €15m in the plant, which will use steam technology as an alternative to landfill and incineration.

The 50 jobs are due to be filled over the next 12 months.

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23 September 2009
Waste Plant Could Create 50 Building Jobs
Proposals have been brought forward to build a new national hazardous waste facility in north Dublin. If the planning application is approve the plant will will treat ash from incinerators and then bury it on-site. Murphy Environmental, the firm behind the plans, hope to construct the facility at the Naul in the north of the county.
10 December 2012
IT Firm Creates 100 New Jobs
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, TD, today announced that Mandiant, a specialist provider of IT security solutions is to establish an engineering and security operations centre in Dublin with the creation of 100 new jobs.
06 May 2009
Offshore Company Axes Jobs
Around 150 jobs in Aberdeen and Dundee have been axed after an offshore services company ceased trading. Oceanteam Power and Umbilical has been forced to close when the firm's holding company withdrew its financial support. Staff are based in Aberdeen, at workshops in Dundee and offshore.
30 September 2008
50 New Jobs At 'World First' Limerick Recycling Plant
A Limerick waste management firm is set to create 50 new jobs - following the development of "world first" technology. Re3 has announced an investment of €15m in sustainable waste technology, referred to as autoclaving. This process uses steam to recycle around 85% of domestic waste that is ordinarily transported to landfill sites.
20 November 2008
50 Tech Jobs For Limerick
Fifty 'high quality' technology jobs are to be created in Limerick by US firm DTS Inc, it has been revealed. The company produces surround-sound audio products. With support from IDA Ireland, DTS is planning to set up a European headquarters at the Limericks National Technology Park. Recruitment for the jobs is already underway.