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Public urged to choose handwashing over powerwashing as domestic water usage increases by an average of 20%

Metering data has revealed that households are using an additional 24 litres of water per person per day, a 20% increase from February. This is in line with data from UK water utilities.

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4 March 2018

A potential water outage will impact 12,500 customers from afternoon in parts of East Meath due to high water demand and depleting reservoir levels

Customers supplied by the Staleen Water Treatment Plant asked to conserve water

  • Restrictions will allow reservoirs to refill
  • Customers asked to turn off taps and conserve water
  • Updates available on Supply and Service page

4 March 2018

Further restrictions on Donegal water supplies due to unprecedented demand during the cold snap

Customers asked to turn off taps and conserve water

  • Registered areas of high demand
  • Information on frozen or burst pipes
  • Updates available on Supply and Service page

4 March 2018

Galway water supplies being monitored for high usage with further restrictions in store for some schemes

Customers in Galway urged to turn off taps, report leaks and conserve water

  • Issues with high demand across Galway
  • Night time restrictions continue in Carraroe
  • Intermittent supply in Tir an Fhia

3 March 2018

Water restrictions in Carna/Kilkieran, Roundstone, Rós Muc, Carraroe and Laurencetown/Eyrecourt

Unprecedented demand due to taps being left running is causing reservoir levels to drop

  • Appealing to customers to turn off taps
  • Holiday homes and unoccupied premises should be checked also
  • Leaks can be reported on 1850 278 278

3 March 2018

Alternative water supplies in Youghal and Allihies

Working with Cork County Council to carry out necessary repairs as weather conditions improve

  • Alternative water supplies in place
  • Youghal - at Holy Family Church and Dolphin Square carpark
  • Allihies – at Cluain Court Estate

3 March 2018

Disruptions for some customers in Wexford town following recent spell of freezing weather

Working with Wexford County Council to carry out any necessary repairs as quickly as possible

  • Weather conditions made it difficult to assess affected sites
  • Irish Water and Wexford County Council will begin to carry out repairs tomorrow (Sunday)
  • Ensure outside taps are securely turned off

3 March 2018

Water restrictions for some customers tonight in Co Westmeath as supply under pressure in areas of due to increased demand

Water restrictions for some customers as supply under pressure due to increased demand

  • Customers asked to conserve water
  • Information on frozen or burst pipes
  • Updates available on Supply and Service page

3 March 2018

Water supply under pressure in areas of Waterford due to increased demand

Boil Water Notices issued for a number of schemes in Co. Waterford remain in effect

  • Customers asked to turn off taps and conserve water
  • Information on frozen or burst pipes
  • Updates available on Supply and Service page

3 March 2018

Water supply under pressure in areas of Co. Laois due to increased demand

Customers particularly in Swan, Newtown Doonane and Crettyyard asked to turn off taps and conserve water

  • Registered areas of high demand
  • Information on frozen or burst pipes
  • Updates available on Supply and Service page

3 March 2018

Water supply under pressure in areas of Co. Kildare due to increased demand

Customers  particularly in Monasterevin area asked to conserve water

  • Registered areas of high demand
  • Information on frozen or burst pipes
  • Updates available on Supply and Service page

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