Update 21 November 2019 - BWN lifted for 2,500 customers served by the Granard Public Water Supply

In consultation with the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Longford County Council are pleased to lift the Boil Water Notice for 2,500 customers served by the Granard Public Water Supply with immediate effect. The Boil Water Notice has been lifted following works at the treatment plant and a programme of drinking water quality testing.

Irish Water’s drinking water compliance and operational experts worked with colleagues in Longford County Council to lift the Boil Water Notice as quickly and as safely as possible.

Commenting on the lifting of the Boil Water Notice, Michael Cunniffe, Irish Water Assets Operations Lead said “Irish Water is aware of the impact and inconvenience caused by this Boil Water Notice to homes and businesses in the Granard area. We wish to thank the communities impacted for their ongoing patience and cooperation while we worked to resolve this issue. Irish Water’s priority is the provision of safe, clean drinking water and safeguarding that water supply for the future is a vital focus.”

More information

Should customers have any queries regarding the lifting of this Boil Water Notice they should contact Irish Water directly on our customer care helpline, open 24/7 on 1850 278 278.

To view the drinking water quality in your area and to find out where your water comes from visit our Drinking Water Quality section. 

Update 18 November 2019 - Boil Water Notice still in place for Granard Public Water Supply

In consultation with the HSE, Irish Water and Longford County Council issued a Boil Water Notice for all customers served by the Granard Public Water Supply on Saturday 9 November 2019.

The Boil Water Notice affects approximately 2,500 people served by the Granard Public Water Supply. The areas affected are those supplied from the Rathcronan, Corbaun and Moatfield reservoirs and include Granard; Abbeylara; Aghnagarron; Ballynacross; Granardkill; Cartron; Robinstown; Higginstown; Carrickduff; Drumincrehir; Culleenmore; Corbaun; Killasona; Lisryan; Cloonshannagh; Ballagh Gowra; Froghan and surrounding areas. 

The Boil Water Notice has been put in place following a mechanical issue at the Lough Kinale water treatment plant that resulted in the treatment process being compromised. Irish Water’s drinking water compliance and operational experts are working with colleagues in Longford County Council to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

In the meantime, all customers of this supply are advised to boil water before use until further notice.

Irish Water acknowledges the impact and inconvenience caused by the imposition of a Boil Water Notice to homes and businesses. We wish to thank the community for their patience and cooperation while we work to resolve this issue. Irish Water’s priority is the provision of safe, clean drinking water and safeguarding that water supply for the future is a vital focus.

Irish Water is contacting registered vulnerable customers who are affected by this Boil Water Notice to advise them.

Updates

Should customers have any queries regarding this Boil Water Notice they should contact Irish Water directly on our customer care helpline. Updates are available on our Water Supply Updates section, on Twitter @IWCare and via our customer care helpline open 24/7 on 1850 278 278.

Further information on Boil Water Notices can be found on our Boil Water Notice page.

Update 11 November 2019 - Boil Water Notice still in place for Granard Public Water Supply

In consultation with the HSE, Irish Water and Longford County Council issued a Boil Water Notice for all customers served by the Granard Public Water Supply on Saturday 9 November 2019.

The Boil Water Notice affects approximately 2,500 people served by the Granard Public Water Supply. The areas affected are those supplied from the Rathcronan, Corbaun and Moatfield reservoirs and include Granard; Abbeylara; Aghnagarron; Ballynacross; Granardkill; Cartron; Robinstown; Higginstown; Carrickduff; Drumincrehir; Culleenmore; Corbaun; Killasona; Lisryan; Cloonshannagh; Ballagh Gowra; Froghan and surrounding areas. 

The Boil Water Notice has been put in place following a mechanical issue at the Lough Kinale water treatment plant that resulted in the treatment process being compromised. Irish Water’s drinking water compliance and operational experts are working with colleagues in Longford County Council to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

In the meantime, all customers of this supply are advised to boil water before use until further notice.

Irish Water acknowledges the impact and inconvenience caused by the imposition of a Boil Water Notice to homes and businesses. We wish to thank the community for their patience and cooperation while we work to resolve this issue. Irish Water’s priority is the provision of safe, clean drinking water and safeguarding that water supply for the future is a vital focus.

Irish Water is contacting registered vulnerable customers who are affected by this Boil Water Notice to advise them. 

Updates

Should customers have any queries regarding this Boil Water Notice they should contact Irish Water directly on our customer care helpline. Updates are available on our Water Supply Updates section, on Twitter @IWCare and via our customer care helpline open 24/7 on 1850 278 278.

Further information on Boil Water Notices can be found on our Boil Water Notice page.

Update 9 November - Boil Water Notice issued for Granard Public Water Supply

In consultation with the HSE, Irish Water and Longford County Council can confirm that a Boil Water Notice has been put in place with immediate effect for all customers served by the Granard Public Water Supply.

The Boil Water Notice affects approximately 2,500 people served by the Granard Public Water Supply. The areas affected include Granard; Abbeylara; Aghnagarron; Ballynacross; Granardkill; Cartron; Robinstown; Higginstown; Carrickduff; Drumincrehir; Culleenmore; Corbaun; Killasona; Lisryan; Cloonshannagh; Ballagh Gowra and Froghan.

The Boil Water Notice has been put in place following a mechanical issue at the Lough Kinale water treatment plant that resulted in the treatment process being compromised. Irish Water’s drinking water compliance and operational experts are working with colleagues in Longford County Council to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

In the meantime, all customers of this supply are advised to boil water before use until further notice.

Irish Water acknowledges the impact and inconvenience caused by the imposition of a Boil Water Notice to homes and businesses. We wish to thank the community for their patience and cooperation while we work to resolve this issue. Irish Water’s priority is the provision of safe, clean drinking water and safeguarding that water supply for the future is a vital focus.

Irish Water is contacting registered vulnerable customers who are affected by this Boil Water Notice to advise them.

Should customers have any queries regarding this Boil Water Notice they should contact Irish Water directly on our customer care helpline. Updates are available on our Water Supply Updates section, on Twitter @IWCare and via our customer care helpline open 24/7 on 1850 278 278.

Further information on Boil Water Notices can be found on our Boil Water Notice page.

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