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€10 million investment in Water Infrastructure brings lasting benefits to the Communities of Williamstown, Ballinlough, Cloonfad and Granlahan

Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo, Roscommon and Galway County Councils today celebrated the official opening of the €10 million investment which has seen the extension of the Lough Mask Water Supply Scheme in Co Mayo to Ballinlough, Cloonfad, Granlahan and Williamstown.

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7 March 2018

Good progress being made to restore water around the country as Irish Water continues pressure reductions to protect Dublin’s supply

  • Irish Water and the four Dublin Local Authorities, Kildare, Meath and Wicklow County Councils had to act to protect homes and businesses in Dublin and avoid widespread outages in the capital
  • Demand for drinking water outstripped the supply by of the daily usage of Cork City
  • Pressure management will apply 8pm tonight to 6am

7 March 2018

Irish Water outlines plan to respond to third party fuel spill on River Anner

Return of water to the majority of customers for sanitary use only over the coming days

  • Do Not Drink Notice remains in place
  • Boiling the water will not make it suitable for consumption
  • Discolouration or odour in the water as the network refills

7 March 2018

Boil Water Notice Lifted with immediate effect on Aughrim Annacurra Public Water Supply

Mechanical failure has been resolved

  • Water supply is safe to drink
  • Water supply compliant with drinking water regulations
  • 24-hour customer care line 1850 278 278. 

7 March 2018

South Leitrim water supply update

Decision on whether the scheme will be restricted again tonight will be made this afternoon

  • Supply being returned to most areas today
  • List of alternative water supplies remain
  • Please continue to conserve water and report leaks

7 March 2018

Do Not Drink notice remains in place for all customers on the Fethard Public Water Supply

Notice issued in order to safeguard public health

  • Map of alternative water supply locations
  • Notice is expected to remain for number of weeks
  • Customer care helpline 1850 278 278.

7 March 2018

Update on water supply across Ireland following the aftermath of Storm Emma

Condition of aged pipes has contributed to widespread outages

  • Three major bursts in Dublin have been repaired
  • Restrictions confined to night time hours
  • Customers asked to continue to conserve water

6 March 2018

No water restrictions in Donegal tonight but consumption levels still way up and customers urged to turn off taps and conserve

No water restrictions in Donegal tonight but consumption levels still very high

  • Customers urged to turn off taps and conserve
  • Water demand will continue to be monitored across the county 
  • Check for leaks on your own properties and in holiday homes 

6 March 2018

Water restrictions tonight in South Leitrim from 11pm to 7am on 6 March

Restrictions on the South Leitrim Water Supply from 11pm to 7am on 6 March

  • Restrictions from from 11pm until 7am
  • Customers on the supply are asked to conserve water
  • Alternative water supplies are available 

6 March 2018

Update on the restrictions on the Louisburgh and Kiltimagh water supplies 6 March

Restrictions continue on the Louisburgh and Kiltimagh water supplies on 6 and 7 March

  • Restrictions from from 11pm until 7am
  • Customers on the supplies are asked to conserve water
  • Water pressure to homes and businesses affected

6 March 2018

Irish Water and 6 Local Authorities update on Greater Dublin Region water supply restrictions

Aftermath of Storm Emma has significant impact on water network

  • Irish Water and the six Greater Dublin Region Local Authorities had to act to protect homes and businesses in Dublin and avoid widespread outages
  • Demand for drinking water outstripped the supply
  • Pressure management will apply 8pm tonight to 6am

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