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We are writing to homes and businesses about your water quality and the work we are doing to improve it

In the coming weeks Irish Water will write to 140,000 homes and businesses on the public water network whose supplies are on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Remedial Action List (RAL).

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16 November 2018

Do Not Use Notice re-issued on the Tibbotstown Public Water Supply

Do Not Drink Notice Re-Issued

  • Imposed on the advice of the Health Service Executive
  • Imposed due to a further exceedance in the standard level of Iron in the supply
  • Customers can contact us on 1850 278 278

16 November 2018

Boil Water Notice lifted with immediate effect for Barrack Street, Loughrea town

All customers can now resume normal use of the water

  • Working in partnership with Galway County Council
  • All water from the Loughrea Supply is fully compliant
  • Customer care line 1850 278 278

15 November 2018

Water restriction from 10pm tonight until 6am tomorrow for parts of Athlone and surrounds

Water restriction due to mechanical fault at Athlone Water Treatment Plant

  • Athlone Town, Baylin, Mount Temple, The Ories,
  • Garrycastle, Dublin Road, Ardnaglug, Fardrum,
  • Moydrum, Blyry, Killyon Hill, Bonavalley

14 November 2018

Contract awarded for upgrade to Stillorgan reservoir

Upgrade will have the capacity to support future growth to 2031

  • Project is expected to be completed in 2022
  • Removal from the EPA’s Remedial Action List
  • Investment of €80 million in the new covered reservoir 

13 November 2018

Kerry Central Regional Water Treatment Plant voted Engineering Project of the Year

The project now provides a safe and secure water supply for over 62,000 residents

  • Plant provides over 50 millions litres of drinking water every day
  • Scheme has been removed from EPA’s Remedial Action List 
  • Serves more than 1.2 million tourists who visit the region annually

13 November 2018

Customers from Kinlough to Tullaghan to receive improved water quality and supply following Irish Water project

These works are part of our National Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Works due to start on week commencing 26 November 2018
  • New water service connections 
  • Works limited to short sections

13 November 2018

Businesses and residents in Castleblayney to benefit from improved water supply following the laying of new modern pipes

Works are due to commence on the week of 19 November 2018

  • Works on Muckno Street and Main Street 
  • Crews will make every effort to minimise any disruption
  • Supply and Service Updates

13 November 2018

New modern water pipes in Cootehill will ensure better water quality for residents and businesses

Works are due to begin on the week commencing 19 November 2018

  • Replacement of 1.1 kilometres of old and damaged pipes
  • Works may involve some short-term water shut offs
  • Local traffic will be maintained at all times

13 November 2018

Disruption to water supply in Ratoath and surrounds from Tuesday 13 November until Thursday 14 November due to essential maintenance

Disruptions from 10pm tonight until 6am tomorrow morning

  • Ashbourne Road, Fairyhouse Road, Dunshaughlin Road
  • Kilbride, Curragha, and Kilbrew
  • Traffic management system will be in place

12 November 2018

New €15.3 million investment in sludge treatment process at Ballymore Eustace Water Treatment Plant

New sludge treatment process at Ballymore Eustace Water Treatment Plant (WTP), which  people across  has been completed.

  • Supplies drinking water to over 1 million people
  • Treatment capacity of up to 318,000 cubic metres of water per day
  • Completes the expansion of Ireland's largest water treatment plant

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