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17 February 2021

Essential water main replacement works progressing in Clara, Co Offaly to safeguard the water supply and reduce high levels of leakage

Works will be taking place along Brendan Street in Clara

  • Works are scheduled to begin on Monday, 22 Febrary
  • Works may involve some short-term water shut-offs
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

10 February 2021

Watermains replacement works commencing in Ballyraine, Co Donegal to improve security of supply for customers and reduce leakage

Approximately 200 metres of old, problematic, water mains at Ballyraine Industrial Estate road and the junction with R245

  • Works will be completed by the end of March
  • Works may involve some short-term water shut offs 
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

4 February 2021

RAL-free Sligo means all customers enjoying fully compliant drinking water following removal of Lough Talt from EPA at-risk list

Almost 13,000 water consumers in Co. Sligo can now enjoy a better quality water supply

  • New, robust treatment processes were installed at the water treatment plant
  • EPA have removed the Lough Talt water supply from Remedial Action List (RAL)
  • Number of schemes on the RAL in Sligo has decreased from 4 to zero since 2015

29 January 2021

Essential water main replacement works progressing in Knockdrin, Co. Westmeath to improve the water supply and reduce high levels of leakage

Almost 1.5 km of old problematic water mains along the Castlepollard Road (R394) will be replaced

  • Works are due to begin on Monday, 1 February 2021
  • Works may result in some short-term water shut-offs
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

29 January 2021

Irish Water to start upgrade of Athlone Water Treatment Plant to safeguard the water supply to homes and businesses in Athlone

This essential project will be delivered in adherence with HSE and government guidance on Covid-19

  • Upgrade will be carried out in two phases
  • Phase one will begin on Monday, 8 February 2021
  • Phase two will commence in 2022 

28 January 2021

Watermains replacement works commencing in Gortfada, Co Leitrim to improve consistency of supply for customers

We are replacing approximately 1.4 kilometres of watermains prone to frequent bursts and leakage 

  • Works are due to commence in early February
  • Works may involve some short-term water shut-offs
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

11 January 2021

Aille an Phreacháin residents set to enjoy more reliable water supply following essential mains replacement works

Approximately 1.5 kilometres of old watermains in Aille an Phreacháin, Spiddal will be replaced

  • Works are due to commence in mid-January
  • Works may involve some short-term water shut-offs
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

7 January 2021

An improved water supply for Mullingar customers as Irish Water completes essential mains replacement works in the town

Works involved the replacement of almost 800 meters of old and problematic water mains 

  • Works took place in the Kilpatrick and Ballinea areas of Mullingar
  • Customers can now enjoying a more secure water supply
  • Works were part of our Leakage Reduction Programme

6 January 2021

Works to reduce leaks and safeguard the water supply in Bullet Road, Athlone have been successfully completed

The works involved replacing over 1km of old and problematic water mains. 

  • Number of bursts and outages will be significantly reduced
  • Homes and businesses can now enjoy a more secure supply
  • Works were part of our Leakage Reduction Programme

18 December 2020

Customers in Falcarragh-Gortahork area set to enjoy improved water supply following substantial completion of significant water main improvement works

Approximately 6.85km of old problematic water mains throughout the Falcarragh-Gortahork area.

  • Works will ensure a more reliable water supply for the area
  • Works are part of our Leakage Reduction Programme
  • All remaining works to be completed by January 2021

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