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15 June 2019

Repairs to the burst water main in River Forest, Leixlip now complete

Water supply returning to normal for affected customers

  • It may take a number of hours to return fully
  • Some properties may experience internal airlocks
  • Water tankers to remain over weekend

14 June 2019

Working to restore water supply to customers in River Forest, Leixlip and surrounding areas following a pipe burst

Repairs are currently being carried out

  • Homes and businesses may be impacted by water outages
  • Water tanker available at the River Forest Shopping Centre
  • Updates on Water Supply Updates map

14 June 2019

Sewer blockage on Dublin Street, Monasterevin, Kildare

Blockage caused by gun barrel pipes and accumulation of wipes

  • Sewage overflow impacting the river Barrow was caused
  • Blockage cleared 8pm on Wednesday 13 June
  • More information on Think Before You Flush page

11 June 2019

Irish Water and Kildare County Council have successfully repaired the burst water main in Leixlip

The burst water main in Leixlip has been successfully repaired and water supply is returning to normal for impacted customers

  • May take a number of hours for supply to return
  • Tankers provided as an alternative water supply
  • Some properties may experience air locks 

10 May 2019

Sod turned for Upper Liffey Valley Sewerage Scheme Contract 2A

Project will support future population and economic growth

  • Event marked the beginning of works
  • Construction of a new interceptor sewer
  • Current infrastructure unable to support needs of the area

20 March 2019

Saggart Reservoir works may cause disruption to some parts of Celbridge

Working in partnership with Kildare County Council and Dublin City Council

  • Works to take place from 6pm 19 March, until 20 March
  • Possible supply disruptions to Ardclough Rd, Celbridge
  • Some customers may experience low water pressure

14 March 2019

Works begin on Newbridge to Osberstown Sewer Upgrade

Part of Upper Liffey Valley Sewerage Scheme

  • Enable future economic and social growth
  • Reduce the risk of wastewater overflows
  • Ensure all treatment requirements are met

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

21 February 2019

Improved sewer network for Newbridge and Naas following completion of works

€700,000 invested in the completion of these works

  • Improved performance levels of sewer network
  • Works carried out using non-dig technology
  • 3.5 km of existing sewer rehabilitated

15 February 2019

Improving the water supply in Taghadoe, Kildare

1.7 kilometres of old problematic water mains will be replaced

  • Works to be completed by April 2019
  • Part of national Leakage Reduction Programme
  • Short-term water shut offs may be required

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