Costings and financial details have been redacted as the public interest in favour of release does not outweigh factors against release, specifically in relation to: • The protection of commercially sensitive information. • Allowing companies provide the EPA with confidential information without fear of release. • In not preventing or impeding a company from the effective pursuit of their legitimate business.
CRAMP: for the orderly closure, decommissioning and aftercare of the Aughinish facility
Costings split 50:50 between liabilities for the Bauxite Residue Disposal Area (red mud stack), and liabilities for the main process plant
Note: how are “Parental Guarantees” enforced, eg overseas parent, parent is non compliant/gone bust, or subject to sanctions? Are these funds lodged in a place where only EPA can access ? In this case United Company Rusal IPJSC may have issues in paying ?
Surrender of EPA Licence by Bord na Mona Energy Ltd in August 2021
Closed/inactive peat disposal facility at Srahmore, Bangor-Erris, Co. Mayo
The site received its last tonne of peat in 2013 and has been in decommissioning and rehabilitated phases in accordance with the ELRA & Cramps submitted.
As part of the Corrib On-shore Pipeline Development, a gas terminal site was constructed at Ballanaboy Bridge. During its construction, approximately 448, 000m3 of peat was excavated, then transported and deposited at the Srahmore Peat Deposition Site during 2005 and 2007.
As part of the next stage of the project, the re-routing of the on-shore pipeline required the relocation of up to 75,000m3 of peat to the Srahmore Deposition Site.
In total over 18,000 truck deliveries by road were carried out covering some 470,000 km of road transportation. In total 448,050 tonnes of peat was excavated, loaded for transportation, received and deposited on the cutaway peatlands at Srahmore. Internally almost 50,000 tractor deposits took place with an approximate 150,000 km travelled on internal haul roads.
The aquatic habitats include the Munhin River, Owenmore River and Tullaghan Bay, which combined form the lower stretch of the Owenmore Catchment. The Owenmore Catchment covers an area of 340km2 and stretches from the tributaries entering the Oweninny River at Knockmoyle (cSAC), the Altnabrocky River that flows north through the Bellacorick Bog complex (cSAC) and those entering Lough Carrowmore (cSAC).