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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas Mor View Post
    Grant fattened farmers and builders of huge Southforks in the country, who poison water on their neighbours, will be very happy tonight. Business as usual, crypto sporidium and all that.
    These people assuming they exist are using water from their own wells beside their own septic tanks.
    Don't see too many in A&E.
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    Quote Originally Posted by making waves View Post
    Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has said the inspection fee for septic tanks will be reduced from 50 to 5 for three months from April.

    Reduced fee for septic tank inspections - RT News

    Government panicking over the mass opposition growing against the household tax and the septic tank tax.
    Next the family shelter tax (aka household charge) for scraping.
    The decedents of the Irish Nazi Party will get their answer on this robbery and 'financial rape' of the Irish people.
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    Instead of caving in, I wish the bloody lot of them fell in with Phil Hogan head first!
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    I'm annoyed about this cave-in.

    This is a perfectly logical charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toland View Post
    I'm annoyed about this cave-in.

    This is a perfectly logical charge.
    If it applied to every household you'd be right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toland View Post
    I'm annoyed about this cave-in.

    This is a perfectly logical charge.
    Well you go pay the €50 then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by making waves View Post
    Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has said the inspection fee for septic tanks will be reduced from 50 to 5 for three months from April.

    Reduced fee for septic tank inspections - RT News

    Government panicking over the mass opposition growing against the household tax and the septic tank tax.
    Just imagine if we got of our backsides---household Charge down from 100 euro to 10 euro. Now we'er TALKING.
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    One thing this had showed the country.

    The government are for turning.

    Get out and protest and watch the cowards run!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Field Marshal View Post
    The state has spent billions on public sewerage schemes.

    Those in mainly urban areas have all benefitted from this expenditure funded from taxes collected from urban and rural dwellers most of whom are on septic tank systems.

    These rural dwellers have received no benefit whatever from this colossal state expenditure.

    Now the state are upping the ante and introducing requirements that in all probablitiy will require rural dwellers to spend literally thousands on upgrading their treatment plants.

    Its a question of spreading the taxation liability in a fair and transparent manner and therefor those whose septic tanks require upgrading should be grant aided in the same way that the millions of urban dwellers have received upgraded sewerage treatment facilities courtesy of all rural and urban taxpayers.
    Where do you think the money will come out of? FF has bankrupted the country. The country is taking in 35 billion in taxes and spending 55 billion. You have omitted to mention the EU Directive which insistes that septic tanks are brought up to standard. Ireland faces heavy fines. The Directive is in existence since 2009-from the time of the FF/Green government.
    YOU are DELIBERATELYT IGNORING THE EU DIRECTIVE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neutron View Post
    One thing this had showed the country.

    The government are for turning.

    Get out and protest and watch the cowards run!!!!
    If everybody in the country joined the IFA you might get somewhere.
    Join the ULA and be laughed at.
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