Diarmuid O’Leary
Project Logistics Manager, Indaver

Project Logistics Manager Diarmuid O’Leary explains how HGV movements to and from the site are planned and managed to ensure minimal disruption to the village of Clarecastle.


Proactively Managing Traffic Levels

The 'Remediation' phase will involve the transportation of the excavated contaminated soil in sealed containers off-site to Shannon Foynes Port, from where it is being sent to a licenced thermal treatment facility in mainland Europe. As this will generate increased traffic through Clarecastle village, a robust Traffic Management Plan has been developed to ensure that disruption to the community due to project-related traffic movements will be kept to an absolute minimum. A dedicated team has been assigned to this critical aspect of the project. We will maintain active communication with the community on all traffic-related activity throughout the 'Remediation' phase.

The key elements of the Plan are shown in this graphic: Roche Traffic Management

Traffic Metrics

Three-month Traffic Plan

Traffic Metrics