20 April 2018 Go back to News
Boil Water Notice issued for Kiltealy Public Water Supply in Co. Wexford
Notice issued to protect the health of customers supplied by the scheme
Irish Water and Wexford County Council, following consultation with the HSE, have issued a Boil Water Notice for the Kiltealy Public Water Supply in order to protect the health of customers supplied by the scheme. The Boil Water Notice has been put in place as a precautionary measure due to the risk of contamination in the supply.
Customers supplied by this scheme should boil their water before drinking, preparing drinks made with water, preparing salads and similar foods which are not cooked prior to eating, brushing teeth and making ice. For properties affected, view the map of the scheme.
Working to lift notice as quickly as possible
Irish Water apologises for the inconvenience caused by this boil water notice. We will continue to work closely with Wexford County Council and the HSE to monitor the supply and lift the notice as quickly as possible.
For updates and more information on this notice, visit our Supply and Service Updates section or call our 24/7 customer care helpline at 1850 278 278.
What is a Boil Water Notice?
For information on Boil Water Notices or what you should do if your supply is affected, please visit our dedicated page.