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4 September 2019

Falcarragh and Gortahork residents and businesses set to enjoy more secure supply of drinking water

Part of Irish Water’s National Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Reducing high levels of leakage
  • A more secure supply
  • Fewer bursts and outages

2 August 2019

Works commence at Ardnagappary East as part of the Gweedore Sewerage Scheme

New sewerage scheme in development for the area 

  • Reduce reliance of septic tanks
  • Traffic management will be in place
  • Part of wider investment in Donegal

29 July 2019

Progressing plans to build wastewater treatment plant in Moville

Wastewater treatment plant will protect local beaches and coastline

  • Discharged wastewater threatens water quality and environment
  • Project is in design and pre-planning stage
  • Detailed design and construction will take four years

17 July 2019

Water conservation campaign launched to encourage the public to use only what they need

52% of the public acknowledge that they waste water

  • We all have to play a part in conserving water
  • Small measures can have a big impact
  • Safe, clean, treated water is not in unlimited supply

8 July 2019

Donegal communities in Tamnawood, Lifford to benefit from water pipe replacement works

Works will commence in early July

  • Expected to be completed by late September
  • Involve replacing over 3kms of water mains
  • Part of Leakage Reduction Programme

4 July 2019

Delivery of first class water services for Donegal customers

Operated by Donegal County Council on behalf of Irish Water

  • 56 new vehicles over next three months
  • Efficient and reliable service to our customers
  • Quality, fit-for-purpose water and wastewater services

3 July 2019

Two-way traffic will be reinstated on Pearse Road in Letterkenny to facilitate bank holiday traffic

Facilitating the Northern Ireland bank holiday from July 11-15

  • €50 million investment in upgrade works
  • Reduced sewer flooding in the town
  • A consistent and secure supply of water

28 June 2019

Major upgrades to water network in Ballybofey, Crossroads and Killygordon areas to improve water supply and protect the local environment

Essential replacement and rehabilitation works

  • Number of areas may experience interruptions
  • Project will ensure a more reliable supply of water
  • Safeguarding our water for our future

26 June 2019

Sewerage network and plant upgrade in Gweedore to protect the environment

The upgrade of the plant will reduce the level of untreated wastewater discharge

  • New network will see to a reduction on the reliance of septic tanks
  • Extra capacity to support development in Gweedore
  • Ensure compliance with the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive

25 June 2019

EU invests €35m to improve water quality in Carlingford Lough and Lough Foyle

The Shared Waters Enhancement & Loughs Legacy (SWELL) project

  • Construction of new wastewater treatment work
  • 4 year project led by Northern Ireland Water in partnership with Irish Water
  • €35m strategic EU-funded project 

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