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11 July 2017

People in Donegal supplied by Lough Colm and Lough Fad asked to continue to conserve water due to unseasonably dry weather conditions

Over €9m being invested by Irish Water

  • Drought prevention measures ongoing
  • Unseasonably dry weather conditions
  • Small changes, positive impact

10 July 2017

Fintown boil water notice lifted with immediate effect

The water supply is compliant with drinking water regulations and normal use can resume

  • Source switched to a more secure supply
  • Extensive network flushing and monitoring carried out
  • Notice lifted following consultation with HSE

7 July 2017

Planning submitted to progress the upgrade to the Collinstown and Ballymore Wastewater Treatment Plants

Upgrade will protect the environment by improving the operations at the plants

  • Increase the capacity
  • Provide environmental compliance
  • Protect the Environment  

7 July 2017

Ageing watermains in Clonbrusk West and Milltownpass replaced

Investment has proved the security of the water supply for customers

  • Improved water pressure
  • Reduce leakage on network
  • A more reliable water supply

7 July 2017

Planning submitted to upgrade Kilmessan Water Treatment Plant

Upgrade will provide a more reliable and sustainable supply for Kilmessan and surrounding areas

  • Support future development
  • Ensure compliance
  • Improved efficiency

7 July 2017

Site investigation works planned on the sewer network in Drogheda

Work will take place from Monday 10 July to Friday 21 July 2017

  • Reduce volume and frequency of flooding
  • Improve capacity of the network
  • Ensure environmental compliance

6 July 2017

Boil Water Notice Lifted with immediate effect on the Kilkerrin-Moylough Public Water Supply Scheme

The water supply is compliant with drinking water regulations and normal use can resume

  • Rigorous sampling and monitoring carried out
  • Notice lifted following consultation with HSE
  • Water is now safe and compliant

 

6 July 2017

Essential works planned on the water network on Ballinclea Road serving Killiney

The work will take place from 8am to 6pm on Tuesday, 11 July, 2017

  • Support growth and development
  • May cause disruption to supply
  • Liaising with vulnerable customers

4 July 2017

Residents to benefit from improved water supply in Killorglin area

Significant investment of €100,000 to replace old water mains

  • Much improved water supply
  • Fewer disruptions
  • Clean, safe water

30 June 2017

Boil Water Notice on the Kilkerrin-Moylough Water Supply Scheme remains in place

Following advice from the Health Service Executive, a Boil Water Notice has been issued

  • Persistent heavy rainfall
  • Deterioration in the raw water source
  • Unable to produce fully compliant water

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