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Rivers Trust Review 2018 – Launch

Rivers Trust Review 2018 – Launch

Posted by Jayne Mann

We’re delighted to launch our new Rivers Trust Review 2018. Take a look at the latest publication from The Rivers Trust, detailing the outputs from Rivers Trusts across the UK and Ireland. Our latest review will help you see where our member trusts are based and the ground they cover,…

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€5.3M Cross-Border Sustainable Water Quality Improvement Project Launched

€5.3M Cross-Border Sustainable Water Quality Improvement Project Launched

Posted by Jayne Mann

A major €5.3M cross-border project, to improve water quality in rivers and lakes in the Erne and Derg catchment areas which provide water that serves parts of counties Fermanagh, Tyrone, Donegal, Cavan, Leitrim and Longford has launched. The “Source to Tap” project is funded by the EU’s INTERREG VA programme…

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EU invests €4.9 million to improve drinking water from ‘source to tap’

EU invests €4.9 million to improve drinking water from ‘source to tap’

Posted by Jayne Mann

The SEUPB has announced a funding offer worth €4.9m, under the EU’s INTERREG VA Programme, for a highly innovative new project called ‘Source to Tap’ which will improve drinking water quality, on both sides of the border. ‘Source to Tap’ will be delivered by a cross-border partnership involving Northern Ireland…

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Rivers Trusts expand across Ireland

Rivers Trusts expand across Ireland

Posted by Jayne Mann

We now have a total of 14 rivers trusts across the island of Ireland. In Northern Ireland, The Rivers Trust network stretches from the Lagan River in the east to Erne system in the west, with a total of 8 trusts across the country.  Two of these rivers trusts, the…

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