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9 April 2021

Boil Water Notice remains for Borrisokane customers

Boil Water Notice has been put in place due to the detection of cryptosporidium

  • This follows consultation with the HSE
  • Notice is in place to protect public health
  • Approximately 1,752 customers are impacted

4 April 2021

Normal water supply restored in Tipperary town

Repair works carried out late last night

  • Small number of properties still affected
  • Alternative supply still available

26 March 2021

Works progress to improve Carrick-On-Suir water supply

600 metres of new water mains will be installed

  • Works are due to begin on Monday, 29 March
  • Works may result in some short-term water shut-offs
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

19 March 2021

Works to deliver safer, more secure water supply to Ardfinnan

Works will safeguard the local water supply and reduce high levels of leakage

  • Works are due to get underway on Monday, 22 March
  • Works are due to take place in two locations
  • Works due to be completed within eight weeks

10 March 2021

CRU announces new date of 1 October 2021 for implementation of new water tariff framework

A new non-domestic tariff framework for Irish Water’s business customers 

  • The changes were deferred due to Covid-19
  • The new date provide certainty for businesses
  • New framework was due to go-live on 1 May

9 February 2021

Irish Water completes upgrade work to safeguard water supplies for Dualla and surrounding areas

Works will ensure a more reliable and secure supply for the Dualla area and environs

  • Water supplies for customers in Boscobell, Killistafford and surrounding areas will be safeguarded
  • There may be some temporary disruption as new supply is being introduced
  • The water remains safe to drink

3 February 2021

Advice for winterproofing your business premises if unoccupied during Covid-19 restrictions

Business owners can help avoid these issues, expensive repairs and a disrupted water supply, by taking a few preventative measures.

  • It is important to continue the regular maintenance of your buildings
  • Turn off your water while the premises are vacant
  • Drain down the system to ensure that there is no risk of damage from burst pipes 

1 February 2021

Clean Coasts and Irish Water want you to Break Up With Plastic and Think Before You Flush

Clean Coasts are raising awareness about the impact of plastic pollution on our planet and marine life

  • Clean Coasts want to hear your stories on ditching plastic products
  • Ireland is the number one plastic waste producer in the EU
  • Ireland also has the fourth lowest recycling rate

22 January 2021

Irish Water goes solar to reduce emissions at new Thurles Water Treatment Plant

Over 40 tonnes of carbon will be saved every year

  • 230 solar panels installed on roof of Water Treatment Plant
  • 83,264 kWh of electricity will be generated per year 
  • These solar panels have a 25-year power output warranty

22 January 2021

Irish Water extends public consultation of the first National Water Resources Plan (NWRP) until 1 March 2021

To safeguard public health, facilitate growth and meet the challenges of climate change over the next 25 years

  • The NWRP will provide a country-wide analysis
  • Calculate the demand for now and into the future
  • A twelve-week public consultation will seek feedback

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