Boil Water Notice lifted for some customers on the Galtee Regional Water Supply following remedial works

 Irish Water in partnership with Tipperary County Council and following consultation with the HSE has lifted the Boil Water Notice for a population of approximately 40 properties in the Galtee Regional Water Supply between Tipperary Town and Kilfeakle. However, the Boil Water Notice which has been in place since October 31, 2019 remains in place on the […]

Irish Water working to safeguard water supplies in the Clonmel area

Irish Water, in partnership with Tipperary County Council, is committed to providing our customers in the Clonmel area with a safe, secure and reliable supply of water. Clonmel Town and surrounding area is served by a combination of ground and surface water sources, with Water Treatment Plants at Monroe (ground water), Glenary (surface water) and […]

Tipperary communities reminded to Think Before You Flush on World Toilet Day

Clean Coasts, Irish Water and the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) have collaborated to highlight the “Think Before You Flush” campaign on World Toilet Day as they unveil an installation of four toilets with a difference. The toilets will be displayed in Heuston and Connolly stations in Dublin. The collaboration marks the launch […]

Green-Schools and Irish Water launch seventh year of partnership – 26 Tipperary schools participating in the water theme

An Taisce’s Green-Schools programme has teamed up with Irish Water for a seventh year to support schools working to gain a Green Flag under the water theme. The water theme aims to increase awareness of water conservation among primary and secondary school students. In Tipperary 26 schools are currently working on the water theme across […]

Works to tackle leakage may cause temporary disruption to water supply in Killenaule-Dualla in the early hours of Thursday morning

Leak detection works may cause supply disruptions to parts of Killenaule, Dualla and surrounding areas during the early hours of Thursday morning this week. These works are part of the National Leakage Reduction Programme being carried out by Irish Water to safeguard water supplies and reduce leakage in the area. Works are scheduled to take […]

Irish Water invests in new vans to ensure continued delivery of first class water services for Tipperary customers

September 3 2019 – Irish Water is continuing to upgrade the fleet of water services vehicles operating in County Tipperary with the delivery of new work vans to Tipperary County Council. The provision of these new vehicles will help ensure water services staff continue to deliver an efficient and reliable service to our customers throughout […]

Irish Water is reducing the carbon footprint of the Nenagh Wastewater Treatment Plant

Irish Water is reducing the carbon footprint of the Nenagh Wastewater Treatment Plant through a sustainable energy pilot project. The Nenagh plant is amongst the first in Ireland to use clean, sustainable solar energy at the plant, reducing energy consumption. Run in partnership with Tipperary County Council, the pilot project involved installing 118 solar panels […]

Works to improve water quality and provide more reliable supply for Thurles

Irish Water, working in partnership with Tipperary County Council, is replacing ageing back yard water mains and providing new service connections for customers in a number of areas around Thurles. This will improve water quality and provide the community with a more reliable supply of water as well as reducing the high levels of leakage. […]

Works begin to provide a safer, more secure water supply to 1,900 homes and businesses in Tipperary

Irish Water will begin works in the coming weeks to provide a safer and more secure water supply to 1,900 homes and businesses in South Tipperary with the construction of a new ground water source, a water treatment plant at Ballylooby and additional water storage at Kilroe. The project will improve drinking water quality and […]

Clean Coasts and Irish Water remind the people of Tipperary not to use the sink as a bin this Easter as Irish Water cleared almost 1,500 sewer blockages already this year

With Easter coming up, Clean Coasts and Irish Water are reminding the people of Tipperary not to pour gravy or fats oils and greases (FOGs) from the Easter roast down the sink as Irish Water reveal that almost 1,500 sewer blockages have been cleared across the country already this year. That’s 125 blockages every single […]

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