Epa to probe dublin asbestos dumping at the heart of Brexit negotiations
A huge numbe울산안마 울산출장안마r of European countries are calling for the EU to investigate the “serious and persistent” asbestos pollution from companies such as DHL and other major companies operating in Ireland.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny says a report by the European Environment Agency (EEA) on the health of the environment has already found that in recent years several major companies operating in Europe, including DHL, have ignored the law.
Ireland has taken part in a joint investigation into asbestos concerns between the EEA and the Environment Agency of Ireland with the help of the US agency.
The report says the EU is also investigating the dumping of asbestos, including in DHL plants in Cork and Tralee.
DHL has denied dumping, saying it has an “open and transparent” investigation that does not involve foreign authorities.
According to the EU’s investigation into the damage caused by asbestos from DHL, the company has been a “central party” in many cases.
In the recent case of DHL, the EU said it found that it had used some of its facilities to collect asbestos from a company that it controls.
And the report said DHL has been involved in dumping from as far back as 2008.
It said in 2010, the company was also caught dumping asbestos from one of its buildings in Derry. It was “at least the third such case the company reported”, and it is in its “duty to ensure that all operations comply with health and safety regulations”.
In its statement, DHL said “the EC and EEA had done an exte카지노 게임nsive inquiry into the operation of companies, including DHL, in EU Member States at the heart of the ongoing trade relations negotiations… We have since fully cooperated with their investigation”.
It said the company had complied fully with EU requirements in the DHL-Tralee case.
Taoiseach Kenny has said there is “no doubt” that “legitimate concerns” about asbestos 온라인 카지노were being covered up.