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    • Waste management in Ireland: the potential lessons to be learnt from Europe 

      O'Neill, Áine (Institute of Technology, Sligo., 2011)
      The management of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) in Ireland is currently in a transitional phase. It is possible that Ireland can capitalise on its late-mover status and emanate European examples. However as the literature ...
    • Waste management in Ireland: the potential lessons to be learnt from Europe 

      O'Neill, Áine (Institute of Technology, Sligo., 2011)
      The management of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) in Ireland is currently in a transitional phase. It is possible that Ireland can capitalise on its late-mover status and emanate European examples. However as the literature ...
    • Waste minimisation in the bulk pharmaceutical industry 

      Fitzgerald, Finbarr (Institute of Technology, Sligo, 1998)
      Waste disposal is a major problem for today’s society. The traditional outlets for wastes, like landfilling are fast disappearing and for many types of wastes it is no longer an option. The problems of disposal of hazardous ...
    • Water quality sampling procedures 

      Sweetnam, Carol (Institute of Technology, Sligo., 2004)
      Sampling is the first operational stage in any water quality monitoring programme. No matter how good the analytical method is or how carefully the analysis is performed if the sampling is not carried out correctly then ...
    • A water quality study of Lough Gowna 

      Brady, Angela (Institute of Technology, Sligo, 1996)
      Lough Gowna, located on the borders of Counties Cavan and Longford is an important coarse fish angling lake, and also has stocks of brown trout. The lake attracts thousands of British, European and local anglers and has ...
    • Weather beaten archaeology conference: revealing, concealing and erasing. Book of abstracts 

      Institute of Technology, Sligo. Dept. of Applied Science. Applied Archaeology Programme. (2015)
      Coastal archaeological sites have always been vulnerable to erosion. In recent years this vulnerability has become a contentious issue when a variety of archaeological sites across Northern Europe were impacted by the ...
    • The WEEE directive in Ireland: information flows and compliance control 

      Burns, Joanie A. (Institute of Technology, Sligo, 2005)
      The introduction of Council Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) marked the end of a long and complex process aimed at putting in place legislation to manage WEEE, one of eight priority ...
    • Wind turbine noise : assessment an planning 

      Tynan, Cyril (Institute of Technology, Sligo, 2005)
      Issues relating to noise from wind farm developments are currently not being dealt with either accurately or consistently throughout Ireland. Impact assessment studies show a high degree of variation throughout the country ...
    • Yeats’s Legacy and Literary Tourism: A Study of the Yeats Winter School in Sligo / 

      McGuckin, Mary (Faculty of Business and Humanities, Cork Institute of Technology., 2019)
      Literary tourism is of increasing importance within the field of cultural and heritage tourism yet remains under-represented in academic literature. Smith, et al. (2010, p. 108) define it as a “tourism activity motivated ...
    • Zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) are effective sentinels of water quality irrespective of their size 

      Lucy, Frances; Connolly, Michelle; Graczyk, Thaddeus; Tamang, Leena; Sullivan, Monica; Mastitsky, Sergey (2010)
      Zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) are recognised biomonitors in determining the presence and viability of the human waterborne pathogens Cryptosporidium parvum, C. hominis, Giardia intestinalis and microsporidia in ...