This €3 million project is needed to address water leakage and drinking quality issues on the existing scheme and also to eliminate surface water intake, which can cause treatment costs to rise. A new water main and borehole will provide a supply of clean, safe drinking water to the areas of Templetney, Killurney, Graigue and Ballypatrick.

Location Templetney, Killurney, Graigue, Ballypatrick, Co. Tipperary
Investment €3 million
Status In Progress
Completion Date Winter 2017

What are the benefits of this project?

  • Secure water supply
  • Improve drinking water quality
  • Protect the quality of water in the Clashawley River
  • Eliminate surface water intake
  • Reduce water leakage
  • Improve water pressure

Latest News

  • Final commissioning of the plant is ongoing with an expected completion date in February 2017

What is involved in this project?

  1. Constructing 18.3km of new water mains 
  2. Relining 0.1km of existing water mains
  3. Constructing 1.8km of sewers and rehabilitating 0.7km of existing sewers
  4. Drilling new borehole
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