Water services for your business

Water conservation

The recent weather has seriously impacted water supplies across Ireland. Please conserve water where possible to avoid reservoirs emptying and affecting the water supply to your business.

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Water conservation

Your business charges

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) held public consultations on Irish Water's proposed framework for future business charges which will harmonise charges nationwide. The first consultation period is now closed, however, the new charges are not expected to be introduced until late 2019. 

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Your business charges

Billing explained

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.

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Billing explained

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.

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Sign up for My Water

Trade effluent

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.

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Trade effluent

Ways to pay

You can pay your business water services bill in a number of ways including our online Pay Now service.

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Billing explained

Whether you're a metered or unmetered customer, we've made your business bill easier and clearer to understand.

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Save on your bills

Use our water conservation tips to reduce the amount of water you use in your business.

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Stay Safe

Irish Water staff will always carry an identity card and you should ask to see this before allowing anyone to enter your premises.

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