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After 11 days over 46,500 people in Mayo were able to use their tap water after the boil water notice on the Lough Mask Regional Water Supply Scheme was lifted on Tuesday afternoon. Daily sampling at the source, at the treatment plant and on the network since the boil water notice was issued did not identify any presence of cryptosporidium.
Irish Water said last night that water quality samples have detected cryptosporidium in the Westport Public Water Supply.
Some 6,400 householders and businesses on a precautionary boil water notice in Westport are waiting to hear if a water supply or system contamination is the source of a local cryptosporidiosis outbreak.
Roscommon TD Denis Naughten has called on Irish Water to relocate a temporary mobile water treatment plant which is currently located in Roscommon town to Williamstown to address the ongoing problem with water quality in the area.
Monday, February 10, saw work officially begin on Monkland’s newest pharma company, Jazz Pharmaceuticals. Proceedings were officially lanuched by Taoiseach Enda Kenny who declared it a “great day for Monksland, a great day for Athlone, and a great day for the Midlands... We are open for business”.
A public water tap will not be available in Monksland for those affected by the ‘boil water’ notice, Roscommon County Council has confirmed.
A ‘boil water notice’ remains in place in south county Roscommon, a full week on from the announcement of an outbreak of cryptosporidiosis last Thursday.
A temporary water treatment plant is to be provided for Roscommon’s water scheme to address the cryptosporidium crisis which has plagued the town and surrounding areas for the past month.