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All 15 of the beaches in Mayo that are monitored by the Environmental Protection Agency have successfully met the new, stricter, European water quality standards.
Waters in Clarinbridgge and Kilcolgan rivers were one of three in the west that have displayed less than good compliance with water quality standards.
Two areas of Galway are suffering from a lack of water this week, with residents and businesses in Newcastle and two of the Aran Islands affected by restrictions and interruptions in supply.
Flood prevention works at Raven’s Terrace must be carried out immediately to mitigate any damage future high tides could pose.
Census figures show household charge cannot fulfil obligations in Mayo as more than 24,000 homes have septic tanks
With the household charge the hot topic this week and tomorrow (Saturday March 31) marking the closing date for payment, just-released figures from the 2011 Census expose a number of reasons why people might call for non-payment of the charge.
Drinking water quality in Mayo has improved according to a report issued recently by the Environmental Protection Agency: The Provision and Quality of Drinking Water in Ireland, a Report for the Year 2010.
Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan officially opened the South Leinster Design/Build/Operate bundled water supply scheme last Friday.
Residents of Chapel View in Stoneyford are furious that both the developer of their estate and Kilkenny County Council have refused to accept that the water service serving their homes is inadequate and not fit for human consumption.
The Galway City Council this week began essential upgrading works to the city’s water supply network. The works are expected to last for 12 months.