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Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council, are happy to announce that works to connect the Ballycastle Public Water Supply to the Ballina Regional Water Supply Scheme (Lacken Reservoir) are due to be complete next week.
Irish Water and Mayo County Council working to restore water to Ballina customers affected by burst watermain
Irish Water and Mayo County Council are carrying out repairs to a burst watermain on Emmet Street, Ballina to restore water supply to approximately 300 properties in Emmet Street, Bridge Street, Pearse Street, Bachelor’s Walk, Arbuckle Row, Castlecourt, Beleek Lodge, Dillon Terrace, Nally Street, Humbert Street, Belleekand the surrounding areas. Repairs are expected to be completed by 4pm today and it may take two to three hours after this to restore normal supply to all customers affected by the burst.
Kiltimagh reservoir to receive essential upgrade to improve supply of drinking water for local customers
Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council, is preparing to carry out essential upgrade works to improve the quality and security of supply of drinking water for customers in the Kiltimagh area.
Residents of and visitors to Achill Island reminded that do not consume notice continues on water supply
Irish Water and Mayo County Council would like to remind customers on Achill Island and the adjacent mainland which is supplied by the public water supply, that the Do Not Consume notice remains in place on the water supply.
Irish Water and Mayo County Council wish to advise customers that a water main has burst in Ballina affecting 300 houses on Bunree Road and in Greenhills Estate.
The water treatment plant on Inis Meain is back in production following a power outage on the island due to storm conditions.
Irish Water, working in partnership with Galway County Council, is appealing to households and businesses on the Ballinasloe Regional Water Supply Scheme to conserve water for the foreseeable future, as demand on the scheme has increased by more than 40 per cent in recent days.
Homes on several public water schemes in the county were told to curtail their usage last night as water restrictions continue and some 3,000 households around the county remain without water almost one week after Storm Emma.
rish Water said yesterday that they like to thank the people supplied by the Williamstown Water Supply for adhering to advice to conserve water over the past couple of days. The notice to conserve has now been lifted with the plant back to full production.
A full and comprehensive audit of the Lough Mask Water Treatment Plant was conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Tuesday following the issuing of a boil water notice on the scheme last Friday evening. Representatives from Irish Water, Mayo County Council and the Health Service Executive (HSE) were present at the audit.