Upgrading the fleet of water services vans in Limerick

Irish Water is continuing to upgrade the fleet of water services vans operating in County Limerick as part of its ongoing strategy to improve the service delivered to customers. This has included the delivery of new work vehicles to Limerick City and County Council. The provision of these new vehicles will help ensure water services staff continue to deliver an efficient and reliable service to our customers. 

The new vehicles will be operated by Limerick City and County Council on behalf of Irish Water, and will be used for the maintenance and upkeep of the water networks across the county, in routine, reactive and emergency situations.

Improving the service we offer to our customers

Ian O’Mahony, Irish Water’s Operations Lead for Limerick, commented “We are delighted to be in a position to hand over these new vehicles to Limerick City and County Council. This investment in modern, efficient vehicles will enable personnel to carry out their work in a safe and efficient manner, ultimately improving the service we offer to our customers. This investment is in line with Irish Water’s commitment to developing a systematic approach to the operation and maintenance of the water and wastewater networks in order to continue to deliver a quality service to all our customers.” 

Working with local authorities to upgrade the fleet nationally

Irish Water, in partnership with local authorities, is investing in upgrading its fleet nationally. This is essential in order to deliver on our commitment to deliver quality, fit-for-purpose water and wastewater services for all our customers.


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