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13 May 2019

Pesticide exceedances on the rise in some counties

Farmers and other users urged 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

4 April 2019

Emmoo and Ballynacullia residents to benefit from water mains replacement

Works will increase the security of supply and improve water quality

  • Replacing over 2.4 kms of water mains
  • Reduce bursts and water outages
  • Possible short-term water shut offs

29 March 2019

State of the art water treatment plant in North East Roscommon officially opened

Ensuring a clean, secure water supply for the local community

  • Over 7,500 people to benefit
  • Six new treatment plants in Roscommon
  • Works are part of our Business Plan

8 March 2019

Female engineers in Irish Water want to inspire girls and young women to choose a career in engineering this International Women’s Day

Highlighting the varied and exciting nature of a career in engineering

  • Irish Water committed to gender equality
  • 50% of our Senior Management Team is female
  • Info on all our events during Engineers Week 2019

8 February 2019

Upgrading fleet of water services vans in Roscommon

Operated by Roscommon County Council on our behalf

  • Part of ongoing strategy to improve our services 
  • Used for routine, reactive and emergency situations
  • Continuing to upgrade fleet nationally

16 January 2019

Improving the water quality to Grangemore, Roscommon

Boyle Water Supply Scheme extending to Grangemore

  • Improved water quality
  • Improved security of supply
  • Reduce Trihalomethane exceedances

20 December 2018

Monksland Wastewater Treatment Plant operator Joe Grady asks the public to be mindful of what you dispose of through the sewer network

Monksland Wastewater Treatment Plant is one of the most complex in Ireland

  • Treatment plant vital to jobs in the area
  • Think Before You Pour
  • Think Before You Flush 

20 December 2018

Irish Water and Clean Coasts remind the public to Think Before You Pour this Christmas

Raising awareness of the damage caused by pouring FOGs down the drain 

  • Over 6,000 sewer blockages so far this year
  • Never pour fats oils and greases down the kitchen sink
  • Working in partnership with Clean Coasts

12 December 2018

Irish Water commits to a new strategic energy initiative in partnership with SEAI

Committed to improving energy efficiency and reducing our carbon emissions 

  • Make energying efficiency an integral part of our BAU
  • Energy efficient design for all projects
  • Leveraging SEAI’s proven methodologies and expertise 

11 December 2018

Clean Coasts and Irish Water launch their Think Before You Pour Christmas campaign

Do not pour fats, oils and greases (FOGs) down the drain

  • More than 6,000 sewer blockages this year
  • Allow FOGs to cool and throw them in the bin
  • Get your free Gunkpot

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