Construction on essential wastewater project in Clonburris thriving as it reaches 50% completion
26 July 2023
Uisce Éireann, in partnership with South Dublin County Council, is pleased to announce that the construction of essential wastewater infrastructure in Clonburris is progressing well. This project is part of Uisce Éireann's commitment to meeting current and future demands while supporting social and economic development in the area. The project represents a significant investment in improving the wastewater infrastructure in Dublin.
The project, which commenced on site in January 2023, is progressing well with the majority of the wastewater pipeline already installed, and construction works on the new pump station progressing to schedule. The new infrastructure will provide the required wastewater capacity to meet current and future demand. It will also enable social and economic growth and development in Clonburris and surrounding areas.
Commenting on the importance of the project Lisa Cogan, Programme Manager with Uisce Éireann, said: “We are delighted to progress this essential wastewater project for the community of Clonburris. When completed, the new pump station and associated wastewater pipeline will support future growth and protect the environment, as well as facilitating development in the Clonburris Strategic Development Zone.”
“The project reflects Uisce Éireann’s ongoing commitment to the efficient delivery of critical infrastructure to support growth in local communities across Dublin”
The project, which is due for completion in 2024, is being carried out by GMC Utilities on behalf of Uisce Éireann.
Uisce Éireann is committed to playing its part in the national drive to provide homes to people who need them by developing and prioritising the delivery of key wastewater service infrastructure.
Uisce Éireann is responsible for the delivery of all public water and wastewater services in Ireland. We are committed to continuously upgrading and developing critical infrastructure to support the growth needed in housing and across our economy, while protecting the environment and safeguarding water supplies.