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1 June 2020

Water Conservation Order ‘increasingly likely’ as demand for water soars and drought conditions prevail

Handwashing and hygiene remain critically important

  • Please choose handwashing over power washing
  • Domestic water usage increased by an average of 20%
  • Increase in commercial demand as businesses reopen

29 May 2020

Works continue to locate and repair burst water main in Mullagh

Repairs to be completed by 8pm tomorrow, May 30

  • Areas affected: Lisnahederna, Crossbane,
  • Killiter, Mullagh Village and surrounding areas
  • Repairs expected to be completed by 8pm

22 May 2020

Irish Water launches advice for businesses re-opening premises

Launch of new section to help ensure internal water and wastewater systems are made safe

  • Tips to bring systems and devices back into use
  • Issued listed relating to un-used water in buildings
  • Working to maintain a safe & reliable public water supply

12 May 2020

Public urged to choose handwashing over powerwashing as domestic water usage increases by an average of 20%

Households are using an additional 24 litres of water per person per day

  • Important to follow HSE guidance on hand-washing
  • Appealing to prioritise handwashing over powerwashing
  • View our video for tips on how to conserve

5 May 2020

675 people in Ballyhaise, Co Cavan now have safe drinking water

Ballyhaise public water supply removed from Remedial Action List

  • Disinfection performance was improved
  • Six schemes remain on RAL in Cavan
  • Working to remove remaining schemes from RAL

27 April 2020

Parts of Cavan town will experience water outages following a burst water main

Supply has been impacted as a result of a burst water main on Farnham Road

  • Properties from McCarrons factory to the hospital impacted 
  • Alternative water supply on Farnham Road 28 April from 9am
  • Repairs expected to be completed on Tuesday evening

8 April 2020

Pesticide exceedances/detections continue across the country this year

Farmers and other users reminded to use best practice when spraying

  • Improper use means pesticides can end up in drinking water
  • Regulations for pesticides are very stringent
  • Basic steps for reducing pesticide risks

31 March 2020

Irish Water defers the introduction of new business charges to support businesses during the Covid 19 emergency

New framework was due to come into effect on 1 May 2020

  • Situation is to be reviewed in the coming months
  • We will keep businesses and their representative groups up to date
  • We will continue to work with businesses who have been impacted

16 March 2020

Irish Water Statement On COVID-19 Response

Crisis Management Team has been meeting over the past few weeks to prepare for issues arising from the COVID-19 outbreak

  • Aiming to ensure the safety and well-being of staff
  • Securing the consistent quality and supply of drinking water
  • Maintaining wastewater services on the public network

12 March 2020

Ballyjamesduff customers may experience water outage today while emergency repairs are carried out at treatment plant

Possible reduced pressure and/or a water outage today for Ballyjamesduff customers

  • Mechanical issue at water treatment plant
  • Works estimated completion time - 11pm, 12 March
  • Restoration time 2-3 hours

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