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Water Conservation Order ‘increasingly likely’ as demand for water soars and drought conditions prevail

The necessary instigation of a Water Conservation Order, more commonly known as a hosepipe ban, is ‘increasingly likely’ following increased demand on water and deteriorating drought conditions.

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2 June 2020

Works underway to safeguard water supplies to customers on the Coalbrook area

Supplies have become depleted due to the recent spell of dry weather

  • Water tankers installed in the Kilbraugh and Earlshill areas
  • Disused borehole to be reactivated
  • Please conserve water where possible

2 June 2020

Night-time restrictions are required tonight to safeguard the water supply for customers supplied in Castlepollard and surrounding areas

Overnight water restrictions from 10pm - 6am

  • Restriction necessary to allow reservoir levels to recover
  • Please conserve water where possible
  • Please report any leaks on the public network

2 June 2020

Customers advised in St Lelia Street in Limerick of possible water outages on Wednesday 3 June due to essential repairs

Works form part of national Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Customers may be impacted
  • Full supply may take 2-3 hours to return
  • Customer Care helpline 1850 278 278

1 June 2020

Working to repair burst water main in Cloonfad, Co. Roscommon

Repair works to burst watermain in Cloonfad village and surrounding areas

  • Customers may experience low water pressure and outages
  • Repairs expected to be completed by 6pm
  • Please continue to follow HSE guidance on hand-washing

1 June 2020

People of Donegal urged to conserve water as demand continues to increase resulting in decreasing reservoir levels

Decreasing reservoir levels are giving major cause for concern

  • Please conserve in every way possible
  • Please report any leaks on the public water network
  • Households using an additional 24l of water per person per day

31 May 2020

People of Knockanarrigan and surrounding areas urged to conserve water as demand continues to increase

Decreasing reservoir levels are giving major cause for concern

  • Please conserve in every way possible
  • Please report any leaks on the public water network
  • Households using an additional 24l of water per person per day

29 May 2020

Night-time restrictions required to safeguard the water supply for customers in Ballinasloe and surrounding areas as river levels continue to drop

Nightly restrictions from 9pm until 9am

  • Please conserve water in every way possible
  • Drought conditions impacting reservoir levels
  • Supplies in Ahascragh, Gort, Dunmore and Ballinasloe at risk

29 May 2020

Customers in Rush advised of water outages on Tuesday 2 June due to essential repairs

In partnership with Fingal County Council

  • Water outages expected on Tuesday 2 June
  • Full supply may take 2-3 hours to return
  • Customer Care helpline 1850 278 278

 

29 May 2020

Kinvara Boil Water Notice lifted with immediate effect following essential repairs to equipment at treatment plant

Impacted areas included

  • Nogra, Moy, Dooras, Gortboy,
  • Caheravoneen, Cahernamadra, Tralick,
  • Crushooa and the west side of Ballinderreen village

29 May 2020

Emergency repair works in Balbriggan to cause outages on Tuesday 2 June

In partnership with Fingal County Council

  • Areas include Pinewood, Castlelands, Derham Park
  • Craoibhin Park, Fancourt Heights, Hampton Cove
  • Seapoint, Hampton Street and Barnageeragh Hill

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