Important note on new charges
Irish Water's new non-domestic tariff framework for business customers was due to come into effect on 1 May 2020. This is to be deferred as a result of the current COVID-19 emergency. This decision has been taken by Irish Water with the support of their economic regulator, the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) and the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. The new non-domestic tariff framework for Irish Water was approved by the CRU, and published in July 2019. We will publish further updates in due course.
Conserving water in your business will not only help protect your local supply, it will also protect the environment, boost your reputation and reduce your water bills. In this section, you will find useful advice to help reduce the amount of water you use in your business and in your home.
Water Stewardship Training Programme
Irish Water have partnered with the Lean & Green Skillnet and Central Solutions to develop an innovative water stewardship and conservation pilot training programme. The programme aims to support Irish businesses as they seek to improve their water stewardship practices and impacts.
Irish Water manage all aspects of business water accounts in Ireland including billing for water services. For additional services, for example sludge removal, we issue separate bills under separate Irish Water account numbers. Contact us to request additional services.
Sign up for My Water
You can make payments easily using a My Water online account. A My Water online account allows you to view and pay your bills, sign up for paperless billing and set up a Direct Debit.
Trade effluent is any liquid waste (other than domestic wastewater and storm water) that is discharged from a business premises to the public sewers. To discharge trade effluent to the sewer, you must apply for a Trade Effluent Discharge to Sewer Licence.