The Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), founded in 1845, is the National earth science agency. It is responsible for providing geological advice and information, and for the acquisition of data for this purpose.
The Irish Group membership of The International Association of draws individuals from professional backgrounds ranging from academic to state agencies to private consultancies.
Engineers Ireland is the voice of the engineering profession in Ireland. Almost 24,000 members come from every discipline of engineering, and range from engineering students to fellows of the profession.
The Uk Guidance on the Definition of Waste
The Network aims to encourage constructive dialogue and interaction amongst all those involved in the redevelopment of brownfield land in the island of Ireland.
The Society of Brownfield Risk Assessment (SoBRA) is a learned society for individuals. Its goals are to improve technical knowledge in risk-based decision-making related to land contamination.
The Environmental Protection Agency ensure that Ireland’s environment is protected, and we monitor changes in environmental trends to detect early warning signs of neglect or deterioration.