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Irish Water, in partnership with Dublin City Council, is upgrading the largest wastewater pumping station in the country, located at Ringsend in Dublin

Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant treats approximately 40% of the country’s wastewater load and all of the city centre sewage passes through this pumping station every single day.

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31 January 2020

Boil Water Notice lifted for the majority of customers in Tallanstown

16 properties located on Glyde road remain on Boil Water Notice

  • Notice lifted for majority of customers
  • Adequate chlorine levels being maintained
  • Customer care 1850 278 278

31 January 2020

Drinking Water Restriction Notice issued for customers on the Templetuohy Water Supply Scheme

Water from this scheme should not be consumed by babies under six months of age

  • Other users may continue to use their water as normal
  • Elevated levels of nitrates in water supply
  • Customer care helpline 1850 278 278

31 January 2020

Working to restore water supply in Letterkenny following unplanned outage at Goldrum Water Treatment Plant

Areas affected include customers supplied from MountainTop Reservoir

  • Crews have been on the ground since early morning
  • Water has recommenced since early this morning
  • Full supply may take time to return as network refills

28 January 2020

Upgrade works begin on critical part of Dublin’s wastewater infrastructure to safeguard the Grand Canal

Project will repair partial collapse on one of Dublin’s major sewer pipelines

  • Works essential to protect the environment
  • Project will minimise risk of further collapse
  • Key piece of Dublin’s wastewater infrastructure

27 January 2020

Green Schools and Irish Water host Kerry workshop on saving water

Water workshops set up so students can learn about water conservation

  • Workshop to support schools working to gain Green Flag
  • Water theme to increase water conservation awareness in students
  • Over 200m litres of water saved by schools in the programme last year

27 January 2020

Water mains improvement works being carried out in Newbridge, Kildare

Improvement works to water mains in Newbridge part of national Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Possible disruptions to supply 10.30am-2.30pm Tuesday 28 January
  • 2-3 hour restoration time
  • Works necessary to safeguard water supply

24 January 2020

Green-Schools Water Ambassadors clear litter from Shelley Banks Beach

Each year millions of tonnes of marine litter enter our seas and oceans

  • Clean-up organised by An Taisce’s Green-Schools
  • Sponsored by Irish Water
  • Think Before You Flush

24 January 2020

Green-schools ambassadors clear unsightly litter from Traught Beach Kinvara Co. Galway

Unsightly litter cleared from Traught Beach Kinvara in Galway

  • 46kg of litter collected
  • Part of our Green-Schools water programme
  • 122 schools awarded water flag since beginning of programme

24 January 2020

Improved drinking water for Grangemore following €2.4m Irish Water investment

Completed works in Roscommon part of national Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Works to benefit over 1,600 customers
  • New pumping station at Carrickmore Reservoir
  • Six new treatment plants and two upgrades in Roscommon

23 January 2020

The communities of Inistioge and Thomastown to benefit from a €10 million investment providing a clean and safe drinking water source

Investment will benefit over 4,000 people

  • Construction of new water mains
  • Vulnerable water source removed in Inistioge
  • Ensuring a clean, safe drinking water source

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