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  • Sep
    09

    The Carrigdhoun: Local Wastewater Treatment Company Recruitment Drive To Double its Workforce by the End of the Year


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    A Riverstick wastewater treatment business, Ireland Waste Water (IWW) has announced plans to double its staff numbers with the recruitment of 10 new workers to its team. IWW are looking to fill the positions – most of which will be based at their HQ in Cork, in several areas – namely, technical sales, service, administration, finance, project management and general operations.

    The recruitment drive is part of the business’s wider expansion plans following several years of steady and quickening growth. IWW has reported very strong demand for their newest addition to their product line – Circle 7 – an innovative water purifying system which is the first of its kind in the world. However, the waste water specialists are reporting a ‘challenging’ jobs marketplace in their quest to find the right candidates with the experience required.

    IWW is a privately owned Irish company founded in Cork by Mary and Niall Mulcahy over twenty years ago. It designs, manufactures and installs precast concrete wastewater treatment systems, septic tanks, interceptors, grease traps and rainwater harvesting systems. They also manufacture precast holding tanks for farm effluent, drinking water, etc. The total septic tank market in Ireland is estimated to be worth more than €3 billion.

    Speaking of their plans for growth, Mary Mulcahy co-founder of IWW stated “we are going to add 10 more people to our fantastic team by the end of the year – and it’s likely we will grow by another 10 in 2020. We’ve been lucky to date in that people who work with us not only have the skills we need but the work ethos we admire. However, employment levels in Ireland at high at the moment – and this is great, but it does present some challenges for employers.”

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  • Aug
    28

    Cork Independent: Jobs boost at family business


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    A waste water company is reporting a “challenging” jobs marketplace in its quest to find the right candidates with the experience required.

    Irish Waste Water (IWW) said so as the family-run business in Riverstick announced on Tuesday that it is to double its workforce and will recruit another ten workers.

    Most of the jobs will be based in Cork in several areas like technical sales, service, administration, finance, project management and general operations.

    IWW is a privately-owned company, founded by Mary and Niall Mulcahy over twenty years ago.

    Ms Mulcahy said: “We are going to add ten more people to our fantastic team by the end of the year and it’s likely we will grow by another ten in 2020. We’ve been lucky to date in that the people who work with us not only have the skills we need, but the work ethos we admire. However, employment levels in Ireland are high at the moment and this is great, but it does present some challenges for employers.”

    The recruitment drive is part of the business’s wider expansion plans following several years of steady and quickening growth.

    IWW said this week that it has reported very strong demand for its newest addition, a product line called Circle 7, an innovative domestic and commercial water purifying system which IWW claims is the first of its kind in the world.

    It also designs, manufactures and installs precast concrete wastewater treatment systems, septic tanks, interceptors, grease traps and rainwater harvesting systems. Its also manufactures precast holding tanks for farm effluent and drinking water.

    The total septic tank market in Ireland is estimated to be worth more than €3 billion, IWW has said.

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  • Aug
    27

    The Echo: Cork Wastewater firm to double workforce


    by Aoife
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    A Cork-based wastewater treatment business, Ireland Waste Water (IWW), has announced plans to double its staff numbers with the recruitment of 10 new workers.

    IWW are looking to fill the positions – most of which will be based at their HQ in Cork, in several areas – namely, technical sales, service administration, finance, project management and general operations.

    The recruitment drive is part of the business’s wider expansion plans following several years of steady and quickening growth. IWW has reported very strong demand for their newest addition to their product line – circle 7 – an innovative domestic and commercial water purifying system which is the first of its kind in the world.

    However, the waste water specialists are reporting a “challenging” jobs marketplace in their quest to find the right candidates with experience required.

    “Circle 7 is a unique wastewater purifying solution for homes, schools, factories and businesses throughout rural Ireland, that treats water in more environmentally friendly way, and to a higher standard than what’s currently achievable, saving households and businesses thousands of euros in the process.

    “Since we launched Circle 7 earlier this year the demand has been phenomenal – people the length and breadth of the country have been getting in touch with us saying they have been looking for a solution just like this but had not been able to find one to date”. concluded Mary.

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  • Aug
    23

    Irish Examiner: IWW plans to double its staff numbers


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    Avril, Calvin, Mary, Niall and Claudia Mulcahy of waste water firm IWW, a family-owned business which is doubling in size.

    Wastewater treatment company Ireland Waste Water plans to double its staff numbers with the recruitment of 10 new workers to its team.

    Cork-based IWW’s recruitment drive is partly inspired by demand for Circle 7, its new domestic and commercial water purifying system, the first of its kind in the world. Most of the new positions will be based at the HQ in Cork. The roles include technical sales, service, administration, finance, project management and general operations.

    Mary Mulcahy, co-founder of IWW, said: “We will add 10 more people by the end of the year, and it’s likely we will add another 10 in 2020. We’ve been lucky to date in that the people who work with us not only have the skills we need, but the work ethos we admire. However, employment levels in Ireland at high at the moment – and this is great, but it does present some challenges for employers.”

    IWW is a privately-owned Irish company, founded in Cork by Mary and Niall Mulcahy over 20 years ago. It designs, manufactures and installs precast concrete wastewater treatment systems, septic tanks, interceptors, grease traps, rainwater harvesting systems.

    They also manufacture precast holding tanks for farm effluent, drinking water, etc. The total septic tank market in Ireland is estimated to be worth more than €3 bn.

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  • Aug
    22

    Connaught Telegraph: 78% septic tanks failure rate in Mayo


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    Ireland Waste Water offer waste water solutions throughout Connacht. You can schedule a meeting with us here to discuss more.

    SEVENTY-EIGHT per cent of septic tanks inspected in Mayo in the period 2017-18 had a ‘failed’ rating.

    The number of inspections required of the local authority during that period was 122. However, 169 tanks were actually inspected.

    The Environmental Protection Agency has released a review of over 2,000 inspections of septic tanks and other domestic waste water treatment systems in 2017 and 2018. Nearly half of the systems failed inspection because they were not built or maintained properly. 

    The report reveals that in Mayo, the failure rate was 78%. As of March of this year, for the systems failing period 2013-18, 56% of those systems had been fixed.

    Commenting on the report, Dr. Tom Ryan, director of the EPA’s Office of Environmental Enforcement, said: “If you do not maintain your septic tank, it can contaminate your own or your neighbour’s well or your local stream, putting your health at risk and that of your family and neighbours. You can take simple steps to maintain your septic tank by making sure it is not leaking, ponding or discharging to ditches and by cleaning it out regularly.”

    The report found that nearly one-third of systems that failed inspections during 2013-2018 are still not fixed. Local authorities need to take appropriate measures to ensure householders fix systems that fail inspection.

    Said Noel Byrne, senior scientist in the EPA’s Office of Environmental Enforcement: “It is important that householders fix systems where problems are detected. To improve water quality, the government’s proposed expanded septic tank grant scheme, due to be launched later this year, will increase the maximum grant aid available to €5,000 and remove the means test requirements.”

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  • Aug
    22

    Irish Daily Mirror: Waste water firm creating 10 new posts


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    A water treatment company will double its workforce by the end of the year. Cork-based business Ireland Waste Water is looking to add 10 new employees to its team.

    Most of the positions will be at their HQ in technical sales, service administration, finance, project management and general operations.

    Click here to learn more about the positions we are recruiting for.

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  • Aug
    22

    Irish Examiner: Ireland Waste Water Set To Expand


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    Cork-based Wastewater firm Ireland Waste Water, is to double its staff by hiring 10 new staff as part of wider expansion plans.

    You can read more about this job opportunity in our recruitment section.

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  • Aug
    21

    Evening Echo: Cork based firm to hire 10 people


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    A cork-based wastewater treatment business, Ireland Waste Water (IWW), has announced plans to double its staff numbers with the recruitment of 10 workers to its team.

    IWW is looking to fill the positions, most of which will be based at their HQ in Cork, in several areas – namely, technical sales, service administration, finance, project management and general operations.

    IWW is a privately owned Irish company, founded in Cork by Mary and Niall Mulcahy over 20 years ago. It designs, manufactures and installs precast concrete wastewater treatment systems, septic tanks, interceptors, grease traps, rainwater harvesting systems.

    They also manufacture precast holding tanks for farm effluent, drinking water etc. The total septic tank market in Ireland is estimated to be worth more than €3bn.

    “We are going to add 10 more people to our fantastic team by the end of the year – and it’s likely we will grow by another 10 in 2020.” Mary Mulcahy said. She added that while it was positive that employment levels are high at the moment it creates a challenge for companies like IWW to secure the right staff.

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  • Aug
    21

    Cork’s 96FM: Cork company to create new jobs


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    A cork-based Wastewater treatment company is set to double its workforce by the end of the year. Ireland Waste Water plans to recruit ten new workers to fill positions such as technical sales, admin, finance and project management. 

    IWW has reported very strong demand for their newest addition to their product line – Circle 7 – an innovative domestic commercial water purifying system which is the first line of its kind in the world. 

    The privately-owned Irish company was founded in Cork over twenty years ago. 

    You can read more about our recruitment here.

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  • Aug
    20

    Ireland Waste Water are now recruiting


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    We are recruiting business development, technical sales, technical service administration staff, lorry/crane driver and general operative staff. Are you interested in joining our team?

    Ireland Waste Water is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons for the multiple positions listed below.  

    Full CV can be submitted by email to Mary@irelandwastewater.ie with “Job Application” noted as the email Subject.

    We will notify candidates for interview as soon as possible.

    Positions are noted here with a brief description of the role and responsibilities in each case.   

    You can read more about the positions available in our recruitment section here.

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