Three Inquiries Launched Into Oxigen Plant Fire

Three separate investigations have been launched into the Oxigen waste recycling plant fire.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Fire Service and Gardaí will all conduct their own investigations into the cause of the fire, which began on Saturday morning.

Minister for the Environment announced the inquiries in the Dáil.


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