The EPA is seeking innovative research proposals in response to 48 research topics under 8 overarching themes. With up to €11.7 million available for new research projects, the funding will be provided under the four EPA Research 2030 interconnected research hubs.
A report for the year 2021
This is a report about bathing water quality in Ireland during 2021. Local authorities monitor and manage bathing waters. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) assess water quality information provided by local authorities for the beaches that they manage.
Guidelines on the information to be contained in Environmental Impact Assessment Reports (EIAR). The Guidelines are primarily intended to be an authoritative reference to those preparing Environmental Impact Assessment Reports (EIARs) for projects covered by the EIA Directive.
Ireland's Air Pollutant Emissions 2020 (1990-2030)
Research Report 407
This EPA report highlights air quality issues in urban centres in Ireland in recent years. Emissions of fine particulate matter (PM2.5), attributable to the burning of solid fuels, such as coal, peat and wood, are a particular cause of concern.
This strategy, the EPA’s sixth, sets out what we intend to achieve over the next five years in delivering our mandate and our purpose to protect, improve and restore our environment through regulation, scientific knowledge and working with others.
Date released: May 25, 2022
New radon maps, launched by the Environmental Protection Agency today at the National Radon Forum, show an increased risk from radon in Ireland, with 170,000 homes now predicted to be at risk of radon exposure above the national reference level.
Date released: May 17, 2022
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today published 'Guidelines on the information to be contained in Environmental Impact Assessment Reports’.
Date released: May 12, 2022
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has today published the Bathing Water in Ireland report for 2021, which shows that 78 per cent of bathing sites have excellent water quality, while 97 per cent meet the minimum standard.
Date released: June 01, 2022
The EPA Climate Change Conference is a hybrid event and being held at the Croke Park Stadium Conference Centre, and online.
Date released: May 18, 2022
The EPA Water Conference 2022 is being held on 18 and 19 May, in Galway and online.