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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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22 March 2017

Irish Water to take responsibility for administration of Mayo business water accounts from the end of March

7,233 business customers in Co. Mayo to benefit from one point of contact for all their water queries.

22 March 2017

World Water Day 2017

Today is World Water Day and this year’s theme is wastewater with the focus on reduction and reuse of wastewater. Here is our story.

20 March 2017

New watermain installed in Riverview in Slane

The €55,000 investment has reduced leakage on the network by replacing the aging watermain which was prone to bursting.

16 March 2017

€4.3 million investment planned in Cape Clear water supply network

The works will involve the replacement of 11.5km of watermains much of which is in poor condition and subject to frequent leaks and bursts.

15 March 2017

€1.1 million investment planned to improve Fintown water supply

Irish Water is replacing almost 5km of watermains in the Glenties, Fintown and Meenahalla areas. Find out more.

10 March 2017

Strategic Watermain Link between the Peamount and Saggart Reservoirs is progressing

The new 7km Large Diameter Trunk Watermain will increase the security of supply for Dublin City and South County Dublin.

9 March 2017

Site investigation works commence on the Kildare Town and Maynooth Watermains Rehabilitation Project

The project will connect 332 properties directly to the new watermains in the areas around north and south Kildare. Find out more.

7 March 2017

Repair and upgrade works at Kilkee Wastewater Pumping Station due to be completed by mid-May

Irish Water has appointed contractors to carry out repair and upgrade works to the Kilkee wastewater pumping station. Find out more.

7 March 2017

€820,000 investment in Rathmullan Water Supply to provide safe and secure drinking water to 591 local residents

Irish Water is investing to ensure a clean and secure water supply for the 591 people served by the Rathmullan Water Supply.

3 March 2017

Politicians briefed on innovative sewerage scheme to benefit Gweedore residents and businesses

The solution will meet the needs of the local community and ensure compliance with the Urban Waste Water Directive.

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