Willie O'Dea, saviour of the environment, leaps to Limerick's rescue.

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As long as Willie brings in a running mate next time he can make any cement related comments he likes!
limerick will be very hotly contested again the next time, will noonan stand, will o hanlon get back, will osullivan retire, has the labour vote been decimated, will penderville finally achive the holy grail, will willie have a collins imposed on him, will pbp voter/kemmy be launching continued attacks on the shinners, the limerick fourm will be popcorn time on the lead up to the next election
 


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I oppose the tyre burning. I oppose O'Dea. WTF am I to do now?
 

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When are people going to grow up and accept responsibility for recyling our own waste and not sending it off to some other country to deal with it

That's rubber crumbs again, not mat.

I'm not saying there aren't dangers in recycled rubber, only that we should be certain that we are talking about the same form of it.

We are being totally NIMBY about this issue. The technology that is being employed by Irish Cement is tried and tested all over Europe. Incinerators with this technology is being employed in large German Cities.
We have to get away from the idea that we can simply put our ************************ on a boat and send it somewhere else with all the energy requirements involved in transport.
Surely it is more efficient and better for the planet if we recycle our waste at source. The use of this waste in cement production cuts down massively on the use of imported oil and coal.
 

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A friend of mine from Limerick reckons that Prendiville's new brand Solidarity is pronounced in the Limerick Accent as Sodality. It may well be that the smart boys behind the scenes in AAA/PBP/SWP/SocialistParty reckon it could fool enough religious maniacs on their way home from the novena to turn out on the big day for Cian to deliver him above every other evil in the next election
 

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We are being totally NIMBY about this issue. The technology that is being employed by Irish Cement is tried and tested all over Europe. Incinerators with this technology is being employed in large German Cities.
We have to get away from the idea that we can simply put our ************************ on a boat and send it somewhere else with all the energy requirements involved in transport.
Surely it is more efficient and better for the planet if we recycle our waste at source. The use of this waste in cement production cuts down massively on the use of imported oil and coal.
I'd agree, most of our rubbish is baled up and sent to Holland at €30 a bale I believe and the average weight of each is 800kg. I noted earlier that burning tyres is as good a way as dealing with them as any but we do need to be sure that no health hazard is presented in doing so.
 

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Blessed are we that our beloved Limerick is represented by an environmental expert of the stature of Willie O'Dea.

Hundreds expected to march in Limerick in opposition to cement plan - Limerick Leader

Revealing a hitherto-concealed string to his bow and personally assuming the travails of the Midwest as his own, The Rat has emerged from an uncharacteristically lengthy retreat under the Cone of Silence to share his concerns for the future of the planet in a hard-hitting statement to Dail Eireann this week.


Unfortunately,

and the nation was denied the opportunity to observe The Rat pit his searing scientific intellect against the misguided fools of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Departments of the Environment and Health and Limerick City and County council. However, he left an apocalyptic warning on the record of the House

and we eagerly await his clinical demolition of these jobsworth functionaries as he unleashes his vast knowledge of particulates, hydrocarbons, nitrous oxides, dioxins, wet and dry scrubbers, rotary kiln technology and the BImSchV17 emission standards on a gobsmacked scientific community.
And there's a cadre of morons who can't wait to put him back in the passenger seat of a Merc. Never did one person personify more, the term, we get the government we deserve.
 

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Cian Prendeville is the pretender to the throne of wee Willie

And there's a cadre of morons who can't wait to put him back in the passenger seat of a Merc. Never did one person personify more, the term, we get the government we deserve.
I absolutely agree, FF is full of reprobrates, but Willie is the most toxic of them all. Could I suggest that we incinerate Willie and make a few cement blocks and then at least he will have done some good for Limerick.
It makes me sick that the party that nearly broke our country is now playing partisan politics with the issues of water charges, health, and the environment.
But of course we will vote them into Government at the next opportunity and Cian who is against everything but has absolutely nothing constructive to say will get his nose into the through supported by the wasters that have until now supported wee Willie.
 


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