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Awarded contract for Athenry Mart Co-Op WWTP

Posted on July 8, 2013 by 1 Comment

Athenry Mart Co-Op has awarded Molloy Environmental Systems, a division of Molloy Precast, Tullamore, the contract to construct a new wastewater treatment plant to treat animal wastewater collected in the Mart. The system to be installed uses a novel wastewater treatment technology, developed locally by NUI Galway and licenced to Molloy Environmental Systems, known as the “Pumped Flow Biofilm Reactor” (PFBR). The contract was awarded due to this technologies numerous benefits including; low energy costs, ability to handle strong influents (Typical of that emitted from Marts), low maintenance costs and low sludge yields. The company have installed this technology in numerous villages and are working with other industrial applications such as Fish processing facilities. The Athenry Mart project is expected to commence in September of this year and is to be completed within 4 months. The treated effluent from the plant is to be discharged into the town’s wastewater treatment plant before being discharged into the Clarinbridge River.

Shannonbridge 500 PE WWTP

Posted on May 31, 2013 by 1 Comment

Molloy Environmental Systems have developed a Plug and Play wastewater treatment plant using PFBR technology. The first application of this technology is a 500 PE equivalent (225litres/person/day) wastewater treatment plant at Shannonbridge, County Offaly.

The use of a plug and play containerised system suited this site due to the risk of flooding. The existing Imhoff tank was utilised as a primary settlement tank, precast concrete tanks were installed for balancing and a concrete base was constructed for the Plug and Play PFBR unit. A precast concrete screen chamber was installed for preliminary screening.

Sponsorship announced of the 2013 Offaly GAA Hurling Championship

Posted on February 28, 2013 by Leave a comment

Molloy Environmental Systems, Clara Road, Tullamore are this year’s sponsors of the Offaly Hurling Championship. Speaking at the official launch at O’Connor Park, Tullamore on Tuesday 26th of February, Donal Molloy, managing director said: “We are delighted to be able to sponsor such a prestigious tournament. We see it as the joining of two forces that have much in common; a desire to excel and to show best practice.”

“It is important for local businesses to invest locally. I firmly believe as do my team that Offaly is a great county and we as a company should support where and when we can, local organisations that reach out and unite local communities.” continued Mr. Molloy.

Offaly Hurling Championship Draw 2013
Overseeing the draws for the Molloy Environmental Systems Offaly GAA Hurling Championships 2013 were left to right; Joe Higgins (Vice Chairperson, Offaly County Board), Mary Dunne (Competition Secretary, Offaly GAA), Donal Molloy (Molloy Environmental Systems) and Padraig Boland (Chairperson, Offaly County Board).

The sponsorship extends to the Senior, Intermediate, Junior ‘A’, Junior ‘B’ and Under-21 Hurling Championships. For details of draws, please see link: http://www.offaly.gaa.ie/offaly-news/molloyenvironmentaloffalygaahurlingchampionshipdraws2013

Draft National Inspection Plan for Domestic Wastewater Systems

Posted on October 19, 2012 by 2 Comments

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is developing a National Inspection Plan for Domestic Waste Water Treatment Systems (to be called the ‘Inspection Plan’ throughout this document) as required under the Water Services (Amendment) Act 2012. Domestic waste water treatment systems can and do cause pollution when they are not properly sited, installed or maintained. This discussion document sets out the general principles which the EPA proposes to use in the Inspection Plan, drawing on experience and best international practice in science and regulation. The EPA invites interested parties and individuals to submit comments for consideration.

See link to draft National Inspection Plan >>

Draft Septic Tank Inspection Plan

Environment Minister Visits Molloy Precast

Posted on September 12, 2012 by Comments are off

Phil Hogan T.D. Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government described Molloy Precast’s facility as “fantastic and hugely educational” during his official visit on Thursday June 7th.  He was there to officially open the company’s purposely built percolation demonstration and rainwater harvesting facility at Clara Road, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. The weather which greeted the minister on the day was quite apt with water, water everywhere.

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New Septic Tank device from Molloy Precast

Posted on June 7, 2012 by Comments are off

In the coming months Molloy Precast will be bringing to market in a percolation distribution device that has the potential to solve common problems associated with septic tank percolation areas. In the presence of Phil Hogan, Minister for the Environment on his recent visit, Molloy Precast signed a licence agreement with Trinity College Dublin who have designed and patented the device.

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PhD student funded to research at NUI Galway

Posted on January 9, 2012 by Comments are off

Molloy Precast are funding a PhD student, Shane Fox from NUI Galway, to carry out research on optimising small scale wastewater treatment systems.

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