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Explained in 60 seconds: Arsenic in Bottled Water

How does arsenic get into bottled water? The most likely source of arsenic in bottled water comes from naturally occurring ...
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25% of the population believe they don’t need to conserve water due to the amount of rainfall

Behaviour and Analysis have carried out a survey for Irish Water which has revealed that over half of the Irish ...
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Species highlight – Hen Harrier

The Hen harrier (Circus cyaneus) is a medium sized ground nesting bird of prey which breeds between April and July ...
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Trade Effluent to Sewers – Are you Compliant?

As an Environmental Consultancy company, we are increasingly coming across businesses which have difficulties because they have not obtained a ...
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Cation Exchange Capacity: the forgotten test of Irish soil analysis

The Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) of a soil is an intrinsic property of the soil. It determines the soils ability ...
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Invasive Species Week -Rhododendron ponticum

Rhododendron is a large evergreen shrub (growing up to 8m tall) that was introduced to Ireland as an ornamental plant ...
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Increased Private Drinking Water Well Grant

Mr. Eoghan Murphy, T.D. Minister for the Department of Housing, Planning & Local Government has announced a new investment programme ...
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How will Brexit Effect your Contracted Laboratory Service?

As the UK prepares to leave the EU you may be wondering how this will impact your industry. If you ...
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Southern Scientific Ecologist attends Ornithology Survey Workshop

Southern Scientific Services’ ecologist Fiona Mc Auliffe attended an informative workshop run by BirdWatch Ireland and the National Parks and ...
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