Development on a site of c. 6.295 hectares located in the townlands of Killaskillen and Coppagoggan. The development will consist of an increase in the quantum of alternative fuels used from 95,000 tonnes to 105,000 tonnes per annum in the cement manufacturing process. Specifically, the development proposed to include the burning of up to an additional 10,000 tonnes of Liquid Recovered Fuels per annum in the existing preheater and cement kiln comprising a maximum of 20,000 tonnes Liquid Recovered Fuels (the use of up to 10,000 tonnes of Liquid Recovered Fuels per annum was permitted under Meath County Council Planning Reg. Ref. No. TA/100444). This will not require any built structures as the fuels will be stored in existing bunded storage tanks at the cement plant (permitted as part of Reg. Ref. TA/40228). The application relates to development which comprises or is for the purposes of an activity requiring an Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Licence (now replaced by an Industrial Emissions Licence). An Appropriate Assessment Statement has been submitted with this application.
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