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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.
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.
Mayo County Council has applied to the Environmental Protection Agency for wastewater discharge licences for the Belmullet, Charlestown, and Foxford sewerage treatment plants, according to information garnered by Deputy Dara Calleary in the Dáil last week.
The Killala Sewerage Scheme, Network and Wastewater Treatment Plant contract is included in the Department for the Environment, Community and Local Government’s Water Investment Programme 2010-12.
Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan, has approved revised funding arrangements for Bennettsbridge and Castlecomer Wastewater Treatment Plant Schemes under his Department’s Water Services Investment Programme 2010 - 2012.
After a wait of nearly 15 years it seems that work on a new sewerage scheme for Clifden will finally be a reality with work set to begin early next year.
Locals and representatives in the Clifden area are renewing their call for a long-awaited wastewater treatment plant to be given the green light following an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report which revealed how a popular beach has failed, six years in a row, to meet basic water quality standards.
Lower Dominick Street will be closed to traffic for several weeks in order to facilitate to extensive sewerage improvement works.
Kilkenny County Council is to receive Government funding to assist with the costs of ensuring a quality water supply.
Mayo County Council will receive more than €400,000 in extra funding for water and sewerage projects in the county it was announced this week.