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19 November 2014

Irish Water welcomes publication of Government’s Water Charges Package

Irish Water welcomes publication of Government’s Water Charges Package. Find out more today.

7 November 2014

Minister Alan Kelly visits Irish Water customer call centre in Cork

Establishment of national call centre for water services is vital part of standardising operations for Ireland's first ever national water utility.

22 August 2014

Public Consultation continues on the Water Services Strategic Plan

Monday, 1st September 2014 is the closing date for submissions from you on how Ireland's public water services should evolve.

30 July 2014

Irish Water seeks input from General Public on its Water Services Strategic Plan

Irish Water is asking for your views on how Ireland's public water services should evolve over the next 25 years.

6 June 2014

Greater risk of illness if you drink contaminated water from private wells

The EPA and the HSE are advising people that water supplies from private wells can be contaminated with E-coli.

13 May 2014

Proposed Capital Investment Plan

Irish Water has today published its Proposed Capital Investment Plan for 2014 to 2016

13 March 2014

Irish Water welcomes the publication of the EPA Urban Waste Water report

Irish Water today welcomed the production of the EPA report on urban wastewater in Ireland. Find out more.

11 February 2014

Summary of submission by Irish Water to joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment, Culture & The Gaeltacht

Irish Water outlines overall plan for Ireland’s water services and how the national utility will deliver savings and benefits to water users.

15 January 2014

Irish Water's submission to the Public Accounts Committee

Representatives from Irish Water appeared before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today. Find out more.

14 January 2014

Bord Gáis expertise to save €100m during Irish Water set up

Irish Water today told the Oireachtas Joint Committee expertise has shaved close to €100 million from the set up bill for Irish Water.

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