Public Consultation on the Development of new Solid Fuel Regulations for Ireland
The Government are developing new solid fuel regulations for Ireland and are holding a public consultation to gather your views to inform them.
This consultation has two strands, public engagement and a technical consultation.
They are looking for technical information that will support the development of legislation to regulate the broader use of solid fuels in the residential sector.
In addition to the technical consultation, the government is also under taking a number of public consultation initiatives.
They want to hear from the public about your fuel choices and your needs when heating your home and have a short survey available to support this.
There is also a series of virtual town hall meetings being held – if you’re concerned about air quality in your area, or would like to find out more about the impact of solid fuels on our health, you can register to attend one of the meetings below:
Friday 5th March 13:00-14:00
Tuesday 16th March 14:30 – 15:30
Wednesday 24th March 19:00 – 20:00
For more information on the Public Consultation on the development of new Solid Fuel Regulations for Ireland, the public survey or how to book a place on one of the town hall meetings please click here