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25 February 2021

Scholarstown Park Update

Some customers in Scholarstown Park may have experienced discolouration of their water supply

  • Issue occurred between Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 February
  • Old cast iron mains typically suffer from corrosion
  • Flushing of the mains was carried out to remove any sediment 

25 February 2021

Works underway to maintain water supply to customers in Enfield following an interruption at the water treatment plant

Customers in Moyfenrath, Gleniden, The Courtyard, Delmear and surrounds may be experiencing supply disruptions

  • Works are scheduled to be completed today
  • It may take 2-3 hours for supply to return once works finish
  • Customers are advised to continue to follow the HSE guidance on hand-washing

25 February 2021

Irish Water and Chambers Ireland call on businesses to get involved in Water Stewardship Programme

Businesses can take the Water Conservation Pledge, carry out free Online Water Conservation Training and enroll to become a Certified Water Steward

  • Water is a critically important resource, fundamental to both homes and businesses
  • Small changes can help to save water and money
  • Businesses can find out more on the Water Conservation for Business Hub

25 February 2021

Irish Water progressing with essential watermain improvement works to safeguard the water supply to homes and businesses in Dublin

Works are planned to take place on Saturday 27 February and Sunday 28 February

  • Customers in South Circular Road, Rialto, Warrenmount and surrounds may be impacted
  • Areas of work will be limited to short sections to minimise impact on customers
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

25 February 2021

Irish Water progressing with works as part of the Malahide Water Supply Scheme

Works will safeguard the water supply to homes and businesses in Malahide

  • Essential works are required at Seamount Road in Malahide
  • Works may result in a disruption to supply between 9am and 4pm on Friday 26 February
  • It may take 1-2 hours for supply to return once works finish

24 February 2021

Water supply returning to normal for impacted customers supplied by Ballycoog Water Treatment Plant in Wicklow

Treatment plant has resumed operations

  • It may take 2-3 hours for normal water supply to return to all customers
  • Is is important to continue to follow the HSE guidance on hand-washing
  • The plant was shut down due to a deterioration in the raw water quality entering the plant 

24 February 2021

Repairs to the burst water main in Portmarnock have been extended to 9pm 24 February due to complexities at the site

Crews are working to repair the burst watermain as quickly and as safely as possible

  • Customers in Limetree Avenue, Strand Road, Carrickhill Road, Dal Riada and surrounding areas may be impacted
  • Repairs extended to 9pm
  • It may take 1-2 hours for supply to return once work finish

23 February 2021

Boil Water Notice remains in place for customers on the Whitegate Regional Public Water Supply

Areas impacted are Whitegate, Aghada, Churchtown, Ballycotton, Cloyne, Saleen and Ballinacura

  • Notice put in place as a precautionary measure
  • Registered vulnerable customers are being contacted
  • Customers need to boil water before use

23 February 2021

Irish Water and Fingal County Council are working to restore water supply to customers in parts of Malahide following bursts on two watermains

Repair works are taking place in line with Covid-19 protocols

  • Customers in Biscayne, Sea Park, Back Road and surrounds may be experiencing disruptions
  • Repair works are expected to be completed by 4pm
  • It may take 1-2 hours for supply to return once works finish

22 February 2021

Customers in Littlepace, Clonee and surrounding areas advised of a planned outage as infrastructural works progress in Dublin 15

These works will provide a safer and more secure water supply to homes and businesses in Dublin 15

  • Works will start on Monday, 1 March 2021 
  • Two outages are scheduled to take place from 8am to 8pm on 3 and 9 March
  • Customers in Dunboyne, Loughsallagh, Clonee, Stirling Road, Damastown and surrounding areas will be affected

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