Irish EPA: regulation leads to cleaner environment

The environmental improvements in Ireland in recent years would not have been achieved without passing more regulations and the increased level of enforcement activity that followed, the country's environmental agency has said.

A report on environmental enforcement during the period 2006-08 published by the Irish EPA earlier this week showed a significant increase in the number of inspections by local authorities in areas such as water and waste.

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