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

Irish Water is progressing the Upper Liffey Valley Sewerage Scheme which will increase the capacity of the wastewater network and support future population and economic growth in east Kildare.

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20 December 2018

Monksland Wastewater Treatment Plant operator Joe Grady asks the public to be mindful of what you dispose of through the sewer network

Monksland Wastewater Treatment Plant is one of the most complex in Ireland

  • Treatment plant vital to jobs in the area
  • Think Before You Pour
  • Think Before You Flush 

20 December 2018

Irish Water and Clean Coasts remind the public to Think Before You Pour this Christmas

Raising awareness of the damage caused by pouring FOGs down the drain 

  • Over 6,000 sewer blockages so far this year
  • Never pour fats oils and greases down the kitchen sink
  • Working in partnership with Clean Coasts

20 December 2018

€2 million investment in Cavan Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Works are progressing using non-dig technology to minimise impacts to the community

  • Potential for sewer flooding and odour issues will be reduced
  • Improving the performance of the sewer network
  • Works expected to be complete in mid-2019

19 December 2018

Replacement of 5km of aging water main prone to significant bursts in Swords completed

New water main will provide a more reliable water supply for customers

  • Water main was almost a half a century old
  • Improved water supply for Swords, Malahide & Portmarnock
  • Project was a €9 million investment by Irish Water

18 December 2018

Irish Water and Westmeath County Council are continuing work to repair a burst water main impacting customers in Garnafailagh, Athlone

Restriction due to a burst watermain in the area

  • Restriction necessary to avoid widespread outages
  • Alternative water supply at Cornamagh Pitch & Putt Club
  • Visit Supply Updates section for updates

18 December 2018

Significant investment to improve the water supply for 65,000 residents and business owners in Howth, Malahide and Balbriggan

Works are scheduled to commence in February 2019

  • Meeting future demands for housing and businesses
  • Reliable and secure supply for these Dublin communities
  • Works prioritised to address the most critical issues

17 December 2018

Works to improve water quality and security of supply get underway in the Knockgorm/Kilcorney Cross area

Works form part of National Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Works expected to be completed by end of April 2019
  • May involve some short-term water shut offs
  • Minimum of 48 hours notice given prior to planned shut-offs

14 December 2018

Water levels in Lough Owel are improving, please continue to be mindful of water usage

In order to avoid the requirement for water restrictions next Spring

  • Please continue to conserve water where possible
  • Water levels are still lower than last year
  • National Leakage Reduction Programme

14 December 2018

Upgrade of water supply will have big benefits for Gowran, Goresbridge and Paulstown

Bringing benefits to 1,225 residential and business properties in these areas

  • Construction of a new water treatment plant
  • Ensuring a safe, secure and reliable drinking water supply
  • Projects and Plans

13 December 2018

Water restriction from 10pm tonight until 6am tomorrow for parts of Athlone and surrounding areas

Water conservation works ongoing at Athlone Treatment Plant

  • Athlone Town, Baylin, Mount Temple, The Ories
  • Garrycastle, Dublin Road, Ardnaglug, Fardrum
  • Moydrum, Blyry, Killyon Hill, Bonavalley 

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