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Public urged to Think Before You Pour this Easter

With Easter coming up, Clean Coasts and Irish Water are reminding the public not to pour gravy or fats oils and greases (FOGs) from the Easter roast down the sink as 1,500 sewer blockages have been cleared across the country already this year. That’s 125 blockages every single week.

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25 January 2019

Update on Irish Water planning application for the Killinure Lough Water Supply Scheme

Irish Water has carried out a number of additional environmental and technical surveys

  • Survey findings mean a number of design changes
  • Current planning application has been withdrawn
  • Revised planning application in the coming months

25 January 2019

Update: Unplanned water outage affecting parts of Granard and surrounding areas

Crews on site carrying out repair works

  • Repairs to be completed by 2.30pm today
  • Alternative water supplies are available 
  • Vulnerable customers a priority

25 January 2019

Improving the water supply and reducing high levels of leakage in Birdstown, Co Donegal

Works will take place on the R239 between Burnfoot to Muff

  • New water service connections
  • Removing existing lead service connections 
  • Works to be completed by early March 2019

24 January 2019

Essential repairs may cause supply disruption in parts of Dublin during weekend

Repairs to main on Stillorgan Road, Donnybrook

  • Areas may be impacted by low pressure or outages 
  • Water supply to hospitals will be prioritised 
  • Please conserve water where possible

23 January 2019

Protecting coastal habitats and marine life

Coastal clean-up at Shellybanks by An Taisce’s and Irish Water.

  • Green-Schools programme 
  • Think Before You Flush
  • The Water Theme

21 January 2019

Improving the water supply in Clonakilty area as works get underway in Bohonagh

1.5 kilometres of problematic water mains to be replaced

  • Works underway in Bohonagh area
  • Improved reliability of the water supply
  • Part of national Leakage Reduction Programme

21 January 2019

Customers supplied by Lough Talt public water supply reminded that the boil water notice remains in place

Notice no longer applies to Bellaghy area

  • Customers asked to boil water before use
  • Planning permission for plant upgrade submitted
  • Queries to Customer Care on 1850 278 278

17 January 2019

Improving the water supply for local community in Colp, Co. Meath

Part of National Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Replacing 800 metres of ageing water mains
  • Current mains prone to frequent bursts 
  • Works to be completed by March

17 January 2019

Providing a more secure supply for residents and businesses in Castleblayney

Part of National Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Works will commence next week
  • Improved supply and reduced leakage 
  • Expected to be completed by June 2019

17 January 2019

Burst main affecting Ardcath, Clonalvy and surrounding areas

Bottled water provided to schools impacted by the burst

  • Crews have identified the location of the burst
  • Repair to be completed early this afternoon
  • Supply will gradually return as network refills

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