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Galway householders should not be expected to pay any Irish Water bills when the "outrageous" situation persists of water supplies being contaminated due to lead piping, and when the controversial company itself is refusing to "step up and perform tests" in at risk areas.
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.
On April 28, 1986, a team of workers at a Swedish power plant raised the alarm when they detected radioactive particles on their clothing.
Struggling Galway families should not be expected to pay €500 a year for water, especially when there are non-taxation methods available to fund water infrastructure.
Deputy Denis Naughten has welcomed the news that the Water Regulator has accepted that families in County Roscommon who cannot drink their water will not have to pay for it from October 1.
Mervue based councillors will meet City Hall officials tomorrow to “iron out the details” of a new grant scheme to allow homes to be connected to modern water systems, so that as many people as possible can benefit.
Crucial works to prevent sewage overflow into the Shannon in times of heavy rainfall will not be completed until 2011 at the earliest, it has emerged.