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More than €37.5 million will be invested in water and wastewater infrastructure throughout the county as part of the Irish Water Proposed Capital Investment Plan 2014-2016.
An Taisce has called for immediate action to be taken in relation to the “totally unacceptable health and environmental hazard” Glenamaddy where the town’s sewage is being piped into a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) turlough.
The development of the Clifden Sewerage Scheme has taken a significant step forward this week after Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan, gave the Galway County Council the go-ahead to sign contracts with successful tenderers ensuring that this vitally important project will commence as soon as possible.
Government approval has been given to the €13.5 million Claregalway Milltown Sewerage Scheme by the Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan.
Six acres of land have been purchased by the Galway County Council for the provision of a new sewerage treatment system at Woodford in the south of the county.
Galway County Council has been given approval by Environment Minister Phil Hogan to proceed with advance works for the Watermains Rehabilitation and Main Drainage Works Project for Ballinasloe town at a cost of more than €3 million.
An 11-hectare parcel of land has become a stumbling block for members of Kilkenny County Council who are attempting to conclude the finer details of the Ferrybank/Belview Local Area Plan.
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.