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State pays €36m for waste repatriation

Date: 02-Aug-2010

The first batch of rubbish to be repatriated - an estimated 4,500 tonnes of household-type refuse from Cork and Wexford - will be transported from Slattinagh near Garrison in Co Fermanagh.

The new scheme, a joint operation agreed by ministers from both jurisdictions in 2007, aims to return a total of 250,000 tonnes of rubbish from 20 sites to the Irish Republic.

The state will foot €36m bill to 'repatriate' waste dumped illegally.

Surprisingly it is not only people who are repatriated.

However, IAS Medical provide medical repatriation from International and European countries.

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