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Are you building a new house or in need of an upgrade? Look no further than Burke Water Systems, which has the latest European standard certification which is now a legal requirement for all septic tanks.
Starting this week, owners of domestic waste water treatment systems in Galway will be required to register their systems with the Galway City Council.
The long-awaited €5.8 million Oughterard wastewater and sewerage scheme has finally been given the green light with hopes that it will allay concern for the local environment and see an end to impediments to further development in the area.
Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring and Cllr Gerry Coyle have been in contact again with the Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government regarding the Belmullet Sewerage Scheme.
The Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan set out the Government’s proposals for the registration and inspection of septic tanks earlier this week with good news for those who intend registering their tanks on time.
“I’ve always believed and told people that if they have an issue with the way things are being run, they should write a letter to their local TDs, senators, the relevant Minster, and the Taoiseach of the day and let them know.”
A large group of Connemara protesters took their grievances regarding the introduction of septic tank charges and inspections straight to the gates of the Leinster House yesterday.
Some 300 people attended the septic tank public meeting organised by Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh, in the Broadhaven Bay Hotel, Belmullet, on Monday evening last. The resounding message from the meeting was that people are not going to register their septic tanks or pay any fees at least until the long awaited Belmullet Sewerage Scheme is completed.
Two public meetings to discuss the implications of the new legislation on septic tanks are being organised by Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh in the Belmullet Electoral Area. The first meeting will be held in the Broadhaven Bay Hotel, Belmullet, on Tuesday January 10 at 8pm and the second one will be held in Hotel Newport on Friday January 13 at 8pm.
A new treatment plant costing in the region of €5.2 million could see the end of the wanton pollution of Kinvara Bay which has over many years been subjected to the discharge of more than 60,000 gallons of raw sewage into its watery depths every day.