22 new jobs announced at Corrib Oil Ballyhaunis Service Station Corrib Oil Ltd will create 22 new jobs with the opening of the new Corrib Oil Service Station and Deli shop at Devlis, Ballyhaunis, next Friday, October 25. Following extensive refurbishment and a total investment of 1.3 million in the Dublin Road site, the petrol station and deli is on schedule to open for business on Friday next from early morning. On Friday customers will be offered tastings of some of the locally produced foods stocked at Corrib Oil. Supporting local indigenous food producers and an extensive list sourced locally in Mayo and the west of Ireland. These include Corrib bakery items which are freshly made daily by Niall and Attracta Heffernan and their team in their award winning Food Store in Claremorris. Many special offers on grocery items will run during the first week of opening. This brand new shop and deli fit out and purpose built service station will be a very convenient stop off at any time of day for take away coffees, hand made sandwiches, freshly cooked tasty meals from the carvery, newspapers and your fill up of fuel before you start your journey. In store free wi fi allows you to check emails and surf the net and seating can accommodate up to 15 people. Tommy Conroy, Manager of Corrib Oil Ballyhaunis, who hails from Hollymount, will be known to customers as he previously managed the Castlerea Corrib Oil Shop and Service Station. "It is great to have come to the end of the building and refurbishment stage. Many special features have been added to the service station and all going to plan we will serve our first customers on Friday morning." Eugene Dalton, Managing Director of Corrib said the company were pleased to be in a position to announce 22 new jobs in Ballyhaunis. "Most of our new recruits are local Mayo people. 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Overwhelmingly, those who contacted the ministry were opposed to the ban. The government has not studied the issue in enough detail to make this decision. The proposed ban does not include northern Ontario. If there is a risk to human health from the burning of used oil, the ban should extend to the entire province. The overall emissions from the collection of used oil across the province, including the re refining of oil, would far exceed that of the emissions from used oil space heaters. Spills are more likely to occur and damage the environment. Used oil pick up cost will increase if the proposal is put in place and may be illegally dumped to avoid the charges. There will be a loss of revenue to small business owners since their heating cost will increase significantly. Also, a significant investment has been made to purchase and install the used oil space heating equipment. Businesses will close due to the incremental operating cost associated with heating a facility. 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Turbin also became the 20th player in Utah State history to reach the 1,000 career rushing yards milestone and the first since 2000 03 and enters the 2010 season ranked No. 11 on USU's career rushing list with 1,798 yards, needing 22 more to crack the top 10. He also became USU's single season record holder for touchdowns scored and total points last season with 18 (13 rushing, five receiving) and 110 points, respectively. Austin is a native of Monrovia, Calif. (Charter Oak HS), who came to USU from Mt. San Antonio Junior College, but redshirted last season after injuring his foot in the preseason. At Mt. SAC, Austin was a first team Southern California Football Association all Central Conference selection, as well as earning first team all California Community College Football Coaches Association honors for Region III. As a sophomore, he had 71 receptions for 1,134 yards with 13 TD's in leading Mt. SAC to state runner up finish. 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