Transforming our water network
View our plans to find out how we are upgrading Ireland's drinking water supply and wastewater treatment
Irish Water Business plan
Irish Water developed a Business Plan to identify how we will transform our water services, prioritising and addressing infrastructure in critical need of investment and upgrade. Delivery of the plan will involve a €5.5 billion investment in capital spending on drinking water, wastewater quality and capacity, and new infrastructure up to 2021.
Water Services Strategic Plan
The Water Services Strategic Plan is Ireland’s first integrated national plan for the delivery of a transformed water and wastewater network. The WSSP is an essential part of ensuring the availability of safe drinking water as well as protecting the environment from the impacts of wastewater discharges.
National Water Resources Plan (NWRP)
The NWRP is our plan to identify how we will provide a sustainable, secure and reliable water supply to our customers for now and into the future whilst safeguarding the environment. It is a 25 year strategy to ensure we have a sustainable, secure and reliable drinking water supply for everyone.
National Wastewater Sludge Management Plan (NWSMP)
The NWSMP sets out a nationwide standardised approach to ensure that treated wastewater sludge across the country is effectively managed, stored, transported and re-used or disposed of in a sustainable way, to the benefit of the public and the environment we all live in.
Lead in Drinking Water Mitigation Plan
Irish Water developed the Lead Mitigation Plan to identify how we are tackling national issues like the impact of lead pipes on drinking water. When water leaves our treatment plants it is lead free and our records show that there are no lead public water mains in Ireland. However, lead plumbing was widely used in houses built before the 1980's.