Public meetings on Septic Tanks Print
The draft standards on septic tank waste water has just released by Minister Hogan, Dept of Environment and sets out in full the details of what his department proposes to include in standards for the operation and maintenance of septic tanks and other waste water treatment systems.  
Irish Rural Link will be delivering three information evenings in Co Westmeath to explain the draft standards in more detail and the importance of th public consultation process for those with  concerns.

Public meetings on Septic Tanks Waste Water and the Environment
In order to help bring clarity to and facilitate a better understanding of waste water and the Septic Tank issue Irish Rural Link are hosting a series of local information evenings in Counties Leitrim & Kildare to take place as follows

Leitrim Dates & Venues 

Monday 19th March              Ballinamore Community Centre                                         9.00-10.30pm

Tuesday 20th March             Bush Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon                                        8.00– 9.30pm

Wednesday 21th March        Glens Centre, Manorhamilton                                         8.00– 9.30pm

Kildare Times & Venues

Thursday 22th March           St Laurence’s GAA Narraghmore, Athy                            8.00 – 9.30pm

Wednesday 28th March         Kilcullen Town Hall and Heritage Centre                          8.00 – 9.30pm

Thursday 29th March            Westgrove Hotel, Clane                                          8.00 – 9.30pm

 

All welcome
Speakers to include representatives from Irish Rural Link and experts in the waste water field
About Irish Rural Link:
Irish Rural Link represents the interests of locally based rural groups in disadvantaged and marginalised rural areas by highlighting problems, advocating appropriate policies, sharing experiences and examples of good practice.
The initiative is supported under Local Agenda 21 Environmental Awareness Programme