The company which Donegal businessman Jim Ferry’ says has taken over his waste collection business is itself operating illegally, the Irish Times has reported.
The following day, a fire broke out inside a shed at Rossbracken, stuffed with waste that
The Irish Times has established that Wers Waste of Tuam, Co Galway, does not have a permit for the waste facility it operates at Weir Road Business Park, Airgloony near Tuam.
Prior to expanding into Donegal,
However, permits to operate a waste facility are issued by individual local authorities and Wers does not have one.
A spokeswoman for Galway County Council confirmed that “Wers Waste
Wers Waste’s website was updated late last week, and a letter to customers, published on the site and dated August 1st, says Wers has “acquired the Ferry’s Refuse Household & Commercial Waste Collection service in Donegal”.
Galway County Council did not answer when asked when it ceased using the Wers Waste facility in Tuam and the circumstances of its learning it was illegal.
Donegal County Council’s case against
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