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Mains flushing works underway in Ashbourne

Irish Water in partnership with Meath County Council is carrying out a programme of watermains flushing in Ashbourne to improve the water supply to homes and business in the area.

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3 May 2019

Replacing damaged water pipes in Letterkenny and Ballybofey

These pipes are prone to frequent bursts

  • Replacing over 2.3km's of old pipes
  • Part of national Leakage Reduction Programme
  • Possible short-term water shut offs

3 May 2019

Ensuring delivery of first class water services for Limerick customers

Upgrading the fleet of water services vans in Limerick

  • Improving the services we offer
  • Working in a safe and efficient manner
  • Delivering quality water and wastewater services

2 May 2019

Carrying out significant Leakage Reduction works in Co. Laois to improve security of water supply

5 separate projects in Co. Laois to address the issue of leakage in the county

  • Works will improve water pressure
  • Existing pipes will be replaced with modern plastic pipes
  • Possible short-term water shut offs

2 May 2019

Providing a safer, more secure water supply to 1,900 homes and businesses in Tipperary

Constructing a new ground water source and water treatment plant

  • Ground water source capable of supplying 1.3 million litres of water a day
  • Project is due to be completed by 2020
  • Project forms part of our investment plan

2 May 2019

Water main improvement works in Ballynerrin, Co. Wicklow may cause disruption on Friday morning

Possible disruption to water supply from 8am to 12 noon on Friday 3 May 2019

  • Possibility of reduced water pressure and outages
  • Construction of 1.6km of new water mains
  • Part of national Leakage Reduction Programme

30 April 2019

Boil Water Notice lifted for Ballymahon Public Water Supply

All issues have been rectified and water is now safe to drink

  • Notice follows water quality testing and upgrade works
  • Health Service Executive has been consulted with
  • Situation was resolved as quickly as possible

30 April 2019

€2 million sewer network upgrade in Mallow and Mitchelstown completed

Safeguarding the wastewater network in Cork

  • Works have addressed structural defects
  • Likelihood of sewer collapses and blockages reduced
  • Items such as wet wipes, cotton pads and FOGs removed

30 April 2019

Essential works on the watermains in Ashbourne is underway

Watermains flushing will be carried out in Ashbourne until 11 June 

  • Customers may experience intermittent disruption to supply
  • ​Works necessary to safeguard the water supply in Ashbourne
  • Visit our Water Supply map for updates

30 April 2019

Upgrading the sewerage scheme in Glenamaddy

Project will benefit local communities, businesses, and the environment

  • Improved public and environmental health
  • Provide for social and economic development
  • Project expected to be completed by 2020 

29 April 2019

Supporting Cork University Hospital’s campaign to conserve water

Part of Green Campus initiative

  • Average Irish person uses 129 litres of water every day
  • A typical shower uses 10 litres of water per minute
  • Toilet flushing is one of the biggest water users

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