50 jobs created by waste management firm
The Re3 Group says it will invest €15m in their plant located in the Galvone Industrial Estate, which uses a steam technology as an alternative landfills and incinerators.
The company already employs 20 people at the facility with a further 30 new jobs being created by this time next year.
The company is investing €15m in sustainable waste technology known as autoclaving, which uses steam technology to recycle up to 85% of domestic waste which currently goes to landfill.
Professor Debbie Boyd, Chief Executive of the company said the smells were a consequence of the testing of the system saying that their odour control procedures are now in place and the problem has been dealt with.