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Irish Water extends public consultation of the first National Water Resources Plan (NWRP) until 1 March 2021

The NWRP is Ireland’s first 25-year strategic plan enabling us to move towards safe, secure, reliable and sustainable water supplies for all of our customers and communities

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26 May 2017

Minister Simon Coveney launches new wastewater treatment projects in Enniscorthy

Investment will bring significant environmental and economic benefits to the area

  • Benefit community and ensure compliance
  • Eliminate untreated wastewater discharges
  • Support residential and commercial growth

26 May 2017

Residents of Aran Islands asked to continue conserving water as supplies reach critical levels

Further restrictions likely as dry spell continues

  • Night time restrictions in place
  • Historically low water levels
  • Small changes, positive impact

25 May 2017

40 properties on Pearse Brothers Park and 31 on Limekiln Road connected to new watermains

€215,000 project has improved the quality and security of supply for residents

  • Aging water mains replaced
  • Water pressure increased
  • Water discolouration removed

23 May 2017

Upper Liffey Valley Sewerage Scheme progressing to support current and future development in Newbridge

The project will protect the environment by reducing overflows to the River Liffey

  • Benefit local community
  • Ensure compliance
  • Support economic growth

19 May 2017

Boil Water Notice issued for Millstreet Public Water Supply

The Boil Water Notice has been put in place as a precautionary measure following detection of low levels of cryptosporidium

  • Supply identified as vulnerable
  • Upgrades to plant underway
  • Works to be completed in June

19 May 2017

Supporting social and economic development in Cork

Investment in Cork is leading to significant benefits for the community

  • Improvements in water quality
  • Health and environmental benefits
  • Social and economic development

18 May 2017

Irish Water working in Roscommon to secure high quality water supplies for over 19,000 people

Works are progressing and are on schedule across the four supplies

  • Roscommon plants prioritised
  • All upgrades underway
  • Safe, clean drinking water

18 May 2017

Irish Water continues to work to secure high quality water supplies for over 46,000 people on the RAL in Co. Mayo

Upgrades to following water treatments plants on schedule to be completed by end of 2017

  • Improve service and supply
  • Ensure compliance
  • Safe drinking water

18 May 2017

Works progress on the Kingscourt Water Treatment Plant to ensure its removal from the RAL

Irish Water investing €3 million for the construction of a new water treatment plant at Kingscourt

  • Removed from RAL by year end
  • Clean and safe drinking water
  • Significant improvements continue

18 May 2017

THM risk in Portumna water supply removed in latest EPA RAL update

Work continuing in Galway to secure high quality water supplies for over 11,000 people still on the RAL

  • Seven boil water notices lifted
  • Continued removal from RAL
  • Clean, safe drinking water

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