Planning Application 2016 & Industrial Emissions Licence Application 2019

This website provides documentation in relation to Indaver’s Ringaskiddy Resource Recovery Centre license application to the environmental protection agency (2019) and planning application to An Bord Pleanála (2016).

On July 18th 2019, Indaver submitted an application to the Environmental Protection Agency for an Industrial Emissions Licence to operate a 240,000 tonne per annum waste-to-energy facility for the treatment of residual municipal waste and suitable industrial hazardous and non-hazardous waste. A full copy of the licence application is available to view and download on this web site. This information will be available for the period of the licence application process. Full details of the licence application are also available on the Environmental Protection Agency website under the register number P1114-01. Information about the licensing process and any questions or submissions on this application should be made directly to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Information relating to the project’s progress and the community benefit fund will be available at


Documents submitted for the Planning Process 2016, including Environmental Impact Statement, Natura Impact Statement, Planning Drawings, Engineering Reports, Non Technical Summary.

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Documents submitted for the License Application Process 2019, including Environmental Impact Assessment Report, Natura Impact Statement, License Application Drawings, Non Technical Summary.

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Documents relating to the Planning Permission subsequent to the ABP planning decision in 2018, such as submissions on planning conditions etc.

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