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These are unusual times with Government restrictions limiting trips outside to food shopping and brief exercise within 2km of our homes. These changes to our everyday lives can be tough on the mind, body, and soul, but celebrating its third birthday, Francis' Soap Shop has some tips and products for customers to help the relax during the lockdown.
Since we last spoke, we have all been living through this never-never land of coronavirus.
These are unusual times in which we live with Government restrictions limiting forages outside for shopping and exercise within 2km of our homes. These changes to our everyday lives can be tough on the mind, body, and soul but celebrating its third birthday, Francis Soap Shop has some tips and products for customers to help the relax during the lockdown.
Ballina is again Clean to European Norms according to the final litter survey of 2019 by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).
An informative campaign was formally launched in Athlone which aims to heighten public awareness pertaining to discarded drug paraphernalia and advising persons on what measures to take to dispose of such items in a safe manner.
Wherrew residents in Ballina set to enjoy more secure supply and better quality of drinking water following water mains replacement
Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council, is set to commence works to replace problematic water mains outside Ballina which will reduce high levels of leakage, ensure a more secure supply of drinking water and a better quality of drinking water for local residents and businesses who have been affected by frequent bursts and outages.
Seventy-eight per cent of septic tanks in Mayo inspected during the period from 2017-2018 failed their inspection, according to the latest report by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This was the hightest failure rate in the country, according to the report, with Roscommon the next highest on 65 per cent and both Leitrim and Wexford having failure rates of 63 per cent.
Businesses and shoppers in Galway are to benefit from Irish Water upgrade works to one of the oldest sewers in the country. The upgrade will address odour and blockage issues that have resulted in significant disruption for businesses and customers on some of Galway’s busiest streets.
Cllr Annie May Reape is advising rural dwellers that the Multi-Annual Rural Water Programme 2019 to 2021, which was launched in February, is now open for applications for funding under a measure eight scheme.
The compulsory purchase of land at Carraroe to commence the construction of a much needed wastewater treatment plant by Irish Water gets underway today with the publication of details.